The New York Times found itself in the news again last Thursday when it was widely criticized for publishing information about the Trump-Ukraine whistleblower’s identity. Within a few hours of the story going live, “#CancelNYT” was trending on Twitter and the wait time to cancel reader subscriptions had reportedly reached four hours.
Nearly three months after the release of his 448-page report on Russian interference in the 2016 election, former special counsel Robert Mueller publicly testified that he had not exonerated President Trump of obstruction of justice last Wednesday. During his almost seven hour testimony before two
President Trump’s reelection campaign released a memo suggesting that TV producers should think twice about booking guests who previously spoke of evidence of collusion between Trump’s 2016 campaign and Russia.
The campaign is over and Donald J. Trump is still fighting. He may have defeated Hillary Clinton, but he is still waging a war against the press — and, more dangerously, against the truth. “I have a running war with the media,” Trump bragged to