Maddow and Hannity talk about the news and occasionally make it. But you never doubt how they feel about it.
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Newspapers flourished, with sections clearly marked for news and editorial pages for opinion.Let's not neglect the memorable journalism that the Trump era has produced all across the country.When press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders rebuffed CNN reporter Jim Acosta's attempt to have her renounce Trump's attacks on the press, she noted that she's been attacked personally by "the media" more than once, including by CNN.One of them, for example, came from an MSNBC appearance by Jennifer Rubin, a Washington Post columnist paid specifically to give her take on things.It presented more than 5,000 adults with five statements of fact and five opinions and asked them to identify which was which. Only 26 percent of respondents correctly identified the five facts, and 35 percent identified the five opinions as such.The first collective effort by journalists to fight back against Trump's attacks came this week, when a Boston Globe editor organized newspapers across the country to editorialize against them."After they laugh, they talk about some person spouting off on Fox or something," he says. He has to explain: That may be some people's idea of journalism, but it's not news reporting.
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