From the elimination of the Public Editor to their overweening both-siderism, The New York Times is the perfect evidence of how the media enables the Republican Party to kill democracy by a thousand cuts.
Fox News legal analyst Andrew Napolitano had thoughts on the New York Times report that Trump tried to get a friendlier U.S. Attorney to oversee Michael Cohen's case.
The NY Times reports that Trump tried to get his pick to lead the SDNY to oversee the Cohen investigation and then tried to get Congressional allies "to interfere with an ongoing criminal investigation." Napolitano said, "This breaks new ground."
Trump has already been proven a liar so what's different about this?
The fawning over Trump supporters by the nation's paper of record is getting more and more disturbing.
A.G. Sulzberger, publisher of "The New York Times", said on Sunday that he took a meeting with President Donald Trump to call out the commander-in-chief's divisive and "dangerous" rhetoric.
Can you say "possible obstruction," boys and girls?
The NY Times public editor acknowledges that the Times was 'timid' in reporting Trump's ties to Russia. Executive Editor Dean Baquet defends his timidity.
You would think that after the Iraq invasion and occupation fiasco that The New York Times would be extra-cautious about getting the story right. You'd be wrong.
Fox News' Judge Napolitano told Fox and Friends that the NY Times has a legal right to print Donald Trump's tax returns and is immune from prosecution.
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