credibility gap n.
1. Public skepticism about the truth of statements, especially official claims and pronouncements: “The credibility gap [is] the result of a deliberate policy of artificial manipulation of official news” (Walter Lippmann).
2. Lack of trustworthiness.
3. A discrepancy or disparity, especially between words and actions.

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Universalium. 2010.

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