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    January 16, 2017


    Jeanne Byington


    I agree that we need the media more than ever to do the jobs we've always counted on them to do. However some let the ball drop in the first place by giving this person the attention he deserved only as a TV show host and buffoon, not a serious candidate. We have them to thank for this mess. All is forgiven if now they get us out of it.

    Answer to your question re. how stupid does he think we are is "VERY." Look who we voted for.

    Hank goldman

    Amen to all I could never say it as well as you, or be as factual as you, David, but I agree fully with what you said. It's really frightening what might become of this country, and the world.

    Tom O'Rourke

    Hi David,
    Thanks for presenting this good and thoughtful account of the soon to be P O T U S.You have covered what we need to know and what we all should be prepared for. I am pleased that you are on my facebook pages.

    Bob Iannucci

    Thank you, David!

    David Reich

    FYI, CNN President Jeff Zucker comments, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter....

    Jeff Zucker knows times have changed and covering Donald Trump will be unorthodox due to the president-elect's disdain for the media, but Zucker's network will be relentless in seeking the truth, the CNN chief said.

    "The fact is, the top four intelligence chiefs of the United States decided to include in their briefing to the president and president-elect a two-page summary of allegations involving the president-elect. That is newsworthy by any definition," Zucker said in defense of his network.
    "[BuzzFeed] made a decision for themselves, and they have to live with it. I’m not going to pass judgment on their decision. We did not think it was appropriate for us given that we had not been able to corroborate the allegations."
    Zucker said it is "sad" — one of Trump's favorite terms when he dislikes something — that the president-elect would try to damage the CNN brand for its responsible reporting because he didn't like the content.
    "It’s just unfortunate that the most powerful person in the world is trying to delegitimize journalism and an organization that plays such a vital role in our democracy," Zucker said. "[The Trump administration's] willingness and inclination to cherry-pick facts, conflate and inflate things, will make covering this administration very challenging. That means our role is more important than ever. We think that CNN has a job to do, which is to hold their feet to the fire. They may not like it, but they should respect it."

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