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Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan was almost beside herself with glee Saturday afternoon. Sullivan apparently believes that because a bunch of establishment press outlets which have relentlessly attacked President Donald Trump for nearly two years predictably called him a liar in the wake of James Comey’s testimony meant that he had “another terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.” Though it numbered only nine, a CNN focus group panel in Fairfield, Ohio strongly begged to differ, appearing to surprise network reporter Gary Tuchman. The opening half of the headline at Sullivan’s column asked, “Is media coverage of Trump too negative?” She spent her first three paragraphs in the aforementioned celebration (bolds are mine throughout this post): The New York Daily News’s front page on Friday morning screamed “LIAR” in huge type over a photo of President Trump. USA Today’s banner headline seconded the motion: “Comey calls Trump a liar.” On cable channels, in broadcast news, and even in the sedate Wall Street Journal, Friday morning was one of those days for Trump in the mainstream news media.
In the words of the Judith Viorst children’s book title, it was for Trump another terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. (Side note: I can remember when papers like the Post and the New York Times ran columns and interviews with supposed authorities on the subject claiming, in essence, that everybody lies all the time. Talk about double standards.) Sullivan then referenced the Harvard Shorenstein Center study showing that, in her words, “about 80 percent of mainstream press coverage reflected negatively on the new president,” and that “the sheer amount of negative news was unprecedented.” She linked to a mid-May NewsBusters post by Jackson Richman which treated Harvard’s work as confirmation that “(gasp!) The media is biased against President Donald Trump.” Despite this overwhelming evidence, Sullivan answered her headline’s opening question as follows, and became the umpteenth so-called “journalist” since Donald Trump announced his presidential run to say, in essence, that it’s the press’s duty to oppose him: Isn’t that terribly unfair? Here’s my carefully nuanced answer: Hell, no.
The idea of balance is suspect on its face. Should positive coverage be provided, as if it were a birthright, to a president who consistently lies, who has spilled classified information to an adversary, and who fired the FBI director who was investigating his administration? Certainly not. How about attempting objective coverage, Margaret? I guess that’s not even on the radar. Then, for comic relief, Sullivan tried to establish some benchmarks for journalistic behavior. I fell out of my chair laughing uproariously at the columnist’s first attempt to identify a standard, one she clearly believes the press usually meets: • When news organizations get something wrong, do they acknowledge and correct it quickly? Or do they just move on and hope nobody notices? Readers at NewsBusters and at other center-right outlets know darned well that the answers to those two questions are far too often “no” and “yes,” respectively. Media behavior during the past two years goes a long way towards explaining why the CNN panel interview mentioned in this post’s introduction went as it did — and why CNN’s Gary Tuchman, as will be seen in the video which follows (original CNN link), appeared to be, if not blindsided, at least quite surprised by its results.
In the video’s beginning, despite Tuchman’s attempt to force an answer out of everyone, four of the nine people on the panel of Trump supporters said that former FBI Director Jim Comey was the liar last week, while none of the remaining members would apply the tag to Trump. The reason? One of the five essentially said that it’s hard to believe that Trump has lied thanks to how the establishment press has treated him. At the video’s end, all nine members, in a show of hands, said that the feel even better about Trump after the hearing, and felt, in Tuchman’s words, “that (the hearing) was a success for Donald Trump and not for Mr. Comey” It’s only nine people who were already Trump supporters, but it certainly shoots holes in the idea that the press’s post-hearing “liar” meme about Trump — when it’s far more obvious, as seen in my Saturday NewsBusters post about Andrew McCarthy’s Wednesday and Thursday appearances on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show, that it’s Comey who either lied in May when he said he felt no pressure or last week when he felt he did — will make much headway with anyone outside of the anti-Trump fever swamp.
NewsBusters: CNN Panel Refutes WashPost’s Celebration of Trump’s ‘Very Bad Day’