Spicer’s out, Scaramucci and Sanders are in. But this shake-up doesn’t spell out changes between the White House and the media.
The relationship between Trump and the media has only gotten more tense. Will getting rid of Spicer or the daily briefing help the administration or hurt it?
Trump waged a war on the media and truth is getting caught in the crossfire. The first step to mending the wounds of this war is to reduce hostilities at the epicenter of it all: the White House briefing room. The briefing format needs to
If you’ve been waking up recently and feeling as though you’ve landed in the middle of George Orwell’s 1984, you’re not alone. Trump’s familiar dismissal of the media with regard to his character, actions and policy has gone beyond the expected display of petulance. The
The talk of the town this past week has been the implementation of President Trump’s executive orders. The news cycle has erred on the side of being negative, and some are questioning why the media is focusing merely on the negative aspects of Trump’s executive orders. Current Press
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