The press is now leaning into the idea that the new Democratic administration is struggling to take shape, and that some kind of civil war has broken out inside the party.
Dana Bash asked Doug Jones about whether coastal progressives are driving the party's agenda, which is nothing more than classic Beltway bias. Jones dodged elegantly, but it's time for the media to stop doing this.
A hallmark failure of the press for four years has been that it refuses to use the proper language to describe the truly lawless nature of Trump and today’s GOP.
The Beltway press doesn't want to ask disturbing questions about why Trump essentially ordered the government to stand down for a virus invasion that has claimed the lives of nearly 125,000 Americans.
It's something every Democrat knows and something Fox News has vehemently denied.
The White House isn't the only institution guilty of failing to lead during our current pandemic. So are major news outlets that refuse to use their voice to demand change in the face of historic, deadly failure.
Too much is at stake for anyone interviewing Trump or one of the White House insiders to give them a pass, like ABC News' David Muir did recently.
How desperate is Fox News to appease their king baby Trump? Desperate enough to revive a non-story from 2012.
Anxious for a political angle to the ongoing pandemic story and one that can produce instant conflict (as well as compelling pictures), the news media are showering attention on the small groups of GOP protesters who are angry about life-saving social distancing orders.
In the wake of White House briefing where Trump warned of 100,000-plus coronavirus deaths in the U.S., journalists marveled at how serious and "somber" he was. It's like the Normalizing Olympics.
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