How do you think that president Trump should handle the negative Media Bias against him?
Isn't it better to get president Trump's own words verbatim on his Twitter account, then have the media Spin it to make it sound bad? If the media would report the news instead of spinning it, then maybe president Trump would ease up on the Twitter. But it doesn't look like the media will do it.
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter5 months ago
Donald Trump is the president of the United States. The odds are in his favor to accomplish many of his objectives because of the trifecta.When his lies can easily be proven, does that impact1) public trust2)...
by crankalicious2 minutes ago
Seriously, is this something anyone cares about?This was something President Trump engaged in before he was President, so it shouldn't factor into anything other than another indictment of his character.Remember, he...
by My Esoteric9 months ago
Here are the FACTS as we know them:Jan 27, 2017: Trump has dinner with Comey and, according to Comey, Trump asked Comey for a loyalty oath' but Comey only promised Trump honesty. Trump says he didn't but thought...
by Susie Lehto10 months ago
A major new study out of Harvard University has revealed the true extent of the mainstream media’s bias against Donald Trump.Academics at the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy analyzed coverage...
by crankalicious5 months ago
Is this something Congress should do?And what exactly is fake news? While President Trump may complain about "fake" news, he continues to make demonstrably false statements at a rate that far exceeds anything...
by Alessio Ganci11 months ago
How do you imagine America will be after Trump will end his presidency? What the effects you expect?What are the effects of Trump's presidency on America you imagine after he completes his presidency?
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