Trump has been largely successful in feeding public skepticism about the fourth estate
By Sheila CoppsMay. 14, 2018
While Donald Trump is slagging the media and creating his alternate fact universe, journalists around the globe are risking life and limb in multiple hotspots to get the story out.
Just last week, American president Donald Trump, pictured in this file photo, took to Twitter to denounce the bad coverage he has been receiving from traditional media outlets. Photograph courtesy of Gage Skidmore and Wikimedia Commons
OTTAWA—Earlier this month, the planet commemorated World Press Freedom Day, launched by the United Nations in the last century.
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