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At Mt. Rushmore and in the White House, Trump Updates ‘American Carnage’ Message for 2020

His ominous remarks were a reflection of his political standing: trailing in the polls, lacking a booming economy or a positive message to campaign on, and leaning on culture wars to buoy his loyalists. Annie Karni and Maggie Haberman in the New … Continue reading

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You may like a daily dose of “Reliable Sources”

Note from Ken Feltman: People ask me what I read. Here’s something I read every day: Brian Stelter, Oliver Darcy and others from CNN Business – Oliver Darcy here. Chris Hayes is calling on Trump to resign from office, BuzzFeed News has fired a reporter, Matt … Continue reading

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The U.S. ELECTION OUTLOOK: HOW COVID-19 IS SHAKING UP U.S. POLITICS. 

A video workshop moderated by David Morey. Panelists include Jackie Calmes, Editor, Washington Bureau, the Los Angeles Times, Al Hunt, award-winning journalist, and Fred Yang, Partner, Hart Research Group. DAVID MOREY, Chairman and CEO of DMG Global and Vice Chairman … Continue reading

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Trump has played the media like a puppet. We’re getting better — but history will not judge us kindly

Margaret Sullivan of the Washington Post – Traditional journalism is under siege, NBC News chief Andy Lack wrote this week: President Trump continues to “put the bully in bully pulpit,” and the coronavirus crisis has taken a toll. “But we’re winning,” … Continue reading

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Murdoch Claims He Was Asleep in His Bunk Below

By Ken Feltman A childrens’ song tells of a sea captain who rides out storms by heading below deck to his bunk. Children recognize the cowardly captain for the clownish character that he is. Rupert Murdoch may not know the … Continue reading

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