The slippery slope of journalism shorthand.
What is being done?
“It’s all very smug.”
Obama knew while missiles flew?
Sauce for the goose?
“She did not get convicted for laughing. It was her actions as she was being asked to leave.”
To “report out the story of who we should be in the world.”
Fake news fight spreads.
“the USCP have investigated approximately 95o threatening communication messages aimed at Members…”
“The Russia investigation was by far the dominant topic…”
The merry little media war continues.
A “”massive, massive f*** up…”
“His voice got loud and deep. There was so much anger in it.”
The Daily Mail pays big for its innuendo about the First Lady
Trump tried to deduct son Eric as a tax loss
“Tearing up the golf course felt justified in many ways.”
A conventional speech from an unconventional president.
“…if you think The Times plays it down the middle on any of them, you’ve been reading the paper with your eyes closed.”
71% say President Trump should be more careful about what he says and how he says it.
“…a lot of hysterical coverage about every little last thing that doesn’t warrant it.”
White House spokesman for $500, Alex
Political hit job? Update: Or not?
As Seen On TV.
“I do hope Trump saw this and it ruined his day.”
“That piece was eligible for FEMA funding.”
Trump to ABC: Gonna cover it or what?
You pesky people and all your demands…
Reuters: Hey, we hit “full employment”!
Where were you from 1993 to 2001?’
And we should keep it.
“If you sign up to be a journalist then that’s what you ought to be.”
Let’s debunk this bogus story, shall we?
It’s real, and it’s spectacularly tilted in one direction.
“I often had to wake him up in the hotel in the mornings and he would try to pull me into bed.”