Opinion

U.S. media’s failure to defeat Trump shows how journalism has lost its way

In the ‘70s, it took one newspaper, The Washington Post, to destroy the most powerful man in the world, Richard Nixon. Now, the entire American media failed to stop Donald Trump from signing a four-year lease to the White House.

Donald Trump speaks at a rally in New Hampshire in February 2016. Angelo Perichilli writes that the U.S. news media campaigned against Mr. Trump and lost. The Hill Times photograph by Chelsea Nash

By ANGELO PERSICHILLI

PUBLISHED : Monday, Nov. 21, 2016 12:00 AM

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