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Memo to the Media: How Not to Cover the President – BillMoyers.com

“So I’m hoping someone will be bold enough to take up the challenge. To stop treating empty opinions like breaking news; to cut off access to publicity the way you’d stop reading a book full of gibberish.

And while I’m on the subject, one more thing.

Could one of you — one reporter, anywhere — please say to any Trump surrogate, or to the president himself, when he or they utter one of those unintelligible, fact-free collections of syllables — could you just say, please, “What are you talking about?”

Thanks. We need you more than ever.”

Source: Memo to the Media: How Not to Cover the President – BillMoyers.com

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