It is almost as if the media were deliberately trying to make him look good.
From Breitbart:Sweden. So... Media? pic.twitter.com/p1xABR6xaU— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) February 21, 2017
After eight years of Barack Obama putting his office into permanent campaign mode while keeping his campaign machinery in constant operation, NPR is accusing Donald J. Trump of waging a “permanent campaign.”Permanent campaign? The 1990s and Dick Morris called. They want their phrase back.
Four NATO Nations Would Pick Russia to Defend Them If Threatened: PollAnd this:
By far the largest number of countries polled chose the U.S. for their go-to defense partner, suggesting that it remains the world’s only military power with truly global reach and alliances.
At the same time, however, China and Russia picked each other, war-torn Ukraine and Iraq split down the middle, while those four members of the U.S.-led North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- Bulgaria, Greece, Slovenia and Turkey -- plumped for Russia.The poll was taken in December, when Obama was president. And Bloomberg considered no other factors, such as Merkel and other socialist leaders botching Muslim migrants.
But hey, spin everything against Trump.
From the Hill:
Ben Carson, President Trump’s nominee for Housing and Urban Development secretary, was "baffled" by the firing of his close aide for his criticism of Trump during the 2016 campaign, BuzzFeed News reported on Friday.The piece, published in the Hill two weeks before the election, was headlined: "A Republican asks: Aren't we morally obliged to stand up to Trump?"
I guess by standing up to Trump, he meant begging The Donald for work after the election.
A Democrat quit the CIA to protest the election of a Republican. This was treated as news.
A second Democrat quit the White House to protest the election of a Republican. This was treated as news.Beware of Darkness— DeplorableDonSurber (@donsurber) February 23, 2017
(I hear it is how democracy dies) pic.twitter.com/b6LuLHtp1f
Tweeting that was Katy Tur, who heads NBC's coverage of the White House. No bias at that network.I Was a Muslim in the Trump White House—and I Lasted Eight Days - The Atlantic https://t.co/tQz3rHGFM1— Katy Tur (@KatyTurNBC) February 23, 2017
‘I Don’t Know What You’re Referring To’: NBC’s Katy Tur Doesn’t Remember Obama Promising Putin ‘Flexibility’Maybe she can give Trump a little more flexibility in his next term.
President Trump Officially Won't Be the Shortest-Serving U.S. PresidentHey remember when they said this about Obama? Clinton? Carter? Johnson?
From CNN: "Immigrant protected under 'Dreamer' program stays in custody."
From Fox News: "Justice Department says arrested 'Dreamer' has gang ties; lawyers deny allegation."
Same news, different headline. One is from an ideologically driven organization that spins the news to drive its ratings. The other is from Fox News.
Kellyanne Conway, once the most visible spokesperson for the Trump White House, has been sidelined from television appearances for making statements that were at odds with the administration's official stance, White House sources told CNNMoney on Wednesday.
That night she was on Sean Hannity's show on Fox News.
From the Fake News York Times:
White House Bars Times and Other News Outlets From Briefing
Journalists from The New York Times and several other news organizations were prohibited from attending a briefing by President Trump’s press secretary on Friday, a highly unusual breach of relations between the White House and its press corps.What happened was instead of the daily briefing in the press briefing room, Sean Spicer decided to have a smaller pool of reporters in his office. The Times did not make the cut.
I think I will just end the week there.At a time when this world faces so many problems, the corporate media will talk about everything in the world except important issues.— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) August 9, 2016
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