Monday, November 13, 2017

Journalists Freak Out Over Trump Not Taking Questions in China, After Obama Did Same Thing

By NewsBusters, Nov. 10, 2017

Proving they always can find something to complain about when it comes to Trump, journalists from NBC, MSNBC and CNN all took to Twitter to whine about the “freedom of the press” being squashed during Trump’s trip to China this week, where he conceded to China’s request for no press questions during their joint conference.

Journalists even took Obama staffers at their word, spinning the “fact” that Trump was the first president to ever do such a thing. If they had done even the slightest bit of research, they would’ve seen how wrong they were.
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1 comment:

  1. Freedom of the press does not mean they are privileged to everything. Respect is only given to those who give it. That is a two way street.


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