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This post was edited by tatata69 at 2018-6-17 12:39|
zhihu1 Post time: 2018-6-17 08:25
Don't try to pull me against robert, or vice verse.
Today an American journalist was fired becau ...
You are barmy. Only a swivel-eyed loon like you would jump to the conclusion that an American journalist could get sacked after roasting Trump. If that's the truth, then both MSNBC and CNN will be shut down since both TV networks are keen to tap a vein of popular mistrust of Trump. By which I mean anchors and reporters working at CNN or MSNBC are not hesitant to take a poke at Trump and his foreign policy on TV, not to mention most of the straight-talking, anti-Trump guests who appear on both channels.
The New York Times and the Washington Post, which have published more articles critical of Trump, are still off the running as well , just like The New Republic, Newsweek, Time magazine, The New Yorker, Bloomberg News, and Vanity Fair, which all have published articles aimed to lay bare Trump's misconduct, say, his close ties with the Russian government.
The Economist, which is a British publication, also gets a bang out of fulminating against Trump's policies, so much so that writers at The Economist simply drop hints in their articles that Trump is a genuine muppet.
Taken together, it's so sad that Rob Rogers has been fired by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Yet your conclusion that he got fired after pillorying Trump as the editorial cartoonist of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette would be reductive.
If you flip through the pages of most American and British publications, you will find lots of such cartoons that paint politicians in a negative light, no matter they are liberals or conservatives. It's just part of Western journalism.