CNN's Jim Acosta took on Trump for his dangerous rhetoric calling himself and others in the press the "enemy of the people" and discussed the death threats he's received as a result during an interview with CBS News.
"I think we're now entering a dangerous territory," David Ignatius said.
The opinion pieces in defense of First Amendment freedom play right into Trump's hand.
Newspapers and media orgs around the country are talking about the free press today.
"Do you have to put our lives in danger?" Katy Tur said.
Matt Schlapp's wife, Mercedes, who works for Trump administration, says many MSM journalists cried when Trump won.
When asked about the blow-up between Jim Acosta and Sarah Huckabee Sanders when the press secretary refused to condemn Trump's "enemy of the people" attacks, Mercedes Schlapp doubled down by calling him dangerous.