I've noticed The New York Times, The Washington Post, and CNN all refer to false statements by President [sic] Trump as simply "false": no hedging, none of the "Trump says, but others say," they just declare, correctly and flat out, that what Trump (or sometimes Spicer, his increasingly pathetic spokesperson) have sometimes said is "false." I imagine other outlets are doing this, given the influence of the Times in particular. This is a significant change in practice--even during the campaign, media outlets often hedged. But no more: when the man lies, as he does constantly, the media are reporting that his statements are false.
UPDATE: This headline is even better, using the word "lie."