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    William
    Twitter is for twits
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    SwineFlew2
    The free press is protected under the constitution, but a president's term is not (clue: impeachment).
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    Eric
    This isn't a partisan statement as I believe ALL news outlets are guilty...

    But the moment you allowed journalism to be infused by opinion, bias, and partisanship, you opened up the industry to what it is today. The fact that we can label "news" outlets as right or left leaning just proves the point... that true journalism is now dead, replaced by politically motivated propaganda posing as news.

    If news wasn't biased, you'd have an equal cross section of viewers from all political walks watching each network.
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    Madchao23
    Hmm, who to believe, the guy who brought down Nixon, or the next Nixon? Such a tough decision.
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    Warren
    ,Carl Bernstein helped to bring down Nixon. Hopefully he will also to bring down Trump...
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    DMolden99
    see what has happened with the whole protecting my sources deal
    now I can say anything and source it anonymously
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    Linda
    proud of CNN, AN YAHOO
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    Faron
    August 28, 2018 I don’t see CNN mentioned anywhere...
    Fox News's "Hannity" was once again the most-watched program in cable news, delivering an average of 3.079 million total viewers per night. 
    "The Rachel Maddow Show" was second, with 2.882 million, followed by Fox News's "Tucker Carlson Tonight" and "The Ingraham Angle," with 2.552 and 2.461 million viewers, respectively. MSNBC’s ”The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell" rounded out the top five, with 2.229 million viewers. 
    Overall, the top five networks on basic cable from a total viewership perspective were Fox News, MSNBC, HGTV, USA Network and the History Channel.
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    GOLLY GEE
    Cartoon Network,has higher ratings
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    GOPERSAREDUMB
    This is what it would have been like in 1930’s Germany if twitter existed.