So Rupert Murdoch's Wall Street Journal thinks Trump is off his rocker. What happens to Rupert's tax rate when Trump takes down the Republican Party with him?
Forget about all the American lives being lost everyday to the virus, Trump is simply ecstatic about TV ratings.
Karl Rove blamed the press for Trump's disastrous press conferences in order to whitewash the Wall Street Journal's criticism of Trump's performance.
There is no need to air Trump's re-election rallies that he calls COVID briefings.
Not making that up. Stephen Moore of The Heritage Foundation and his former colleagues at The Wall Street Journal are "asking the question" if COVID mitigation measures are "worth" the economic hit.
Might this be a subtle message to Moscow Mitch McConnell from the conservative Wall Street Journal?
On Fox News, White House trade-policy adviser Peter Navarro tore into The Wall Street Journal, another Murdoch-controlled news outlet, for daring to blame the economic slowdown on Donald Trump’s trade war with China.
The Murdoch-owned Wall Street Journal goes anti-Trump because he's messing with their stock market. Go figure.
"Asking voters to believe he’ll do better on these issues in a second term isn’t likely to turn many swing voters his way," the famously conservative editorial board wrote in a lengthy critique.
There's some good news in the new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll. Voters see the GOP for what it is.
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