“The ‘Liberal Leaning’ Media Has Passed Its Tipping Point”

The White House – May 26th, 2020

Former News Exec: The ‘Liberal Leaning’ Media Has Passed Its Tipping Point

“News organizations that claim to be neutral have long been creeping leftward, and their loathing of Mr. Trump has accelerated the pace. The news media is catching up with the liberalism of the professoriate, the entertainment industry, upscale magazines and the literary world,” former CBS News President Van Gordon Sauter writes in The Wall Street Journal
 
“There’s probably no way to seal the gap between the media and a large segment of the public. The media likes what it is doing. Admires it. Celebrates it. There is no personal, professional or financial reason to change. If anything, the gap will expand. Ultimately, the media finds the ‘deplorables’ deplorable.”
 
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