Making the same mistake twice

Making the same mistake twice

PE Bias Grade : B

By: Allen Nitschelm on February 6, 2020 | Basic Article Review

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Article Title Final impeachment arguments pitched to voters
Date 02/04/2020
Article Link Boston Globe ( Page A1 )
Syndicated From New York Times
Journalist Catie Edmondson
Nicholas Fandos
Article Summary

House managers and media make last case to Senators and readers why Trump should be removed from office.

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I will be glad when the second (or third?) impeachment hoax is over. We don’t have much longer to wait.

Today’s recap of the closing arguments uses the NYT piece. The Times journalists are guilty of describing Trump’s actions as targeting his “rivals,” which is inaccurate and misleading. But they seem to do it every time. I’m pointing it out in today’s column because it is used twice, but otherwise this is another unremarkable piece, in line with most of the previous reporting.

 

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