A Media Reckoning Over Trump?
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Self-appointed internet sleuths are combing through the copious amount of social media generated during the Capitol insurrection to identify everyone who might have been there. Should the news media draw a distinction between those who merely attended the initial rally, and those who participated in the mayhem? To discuss, Emily Rooney is joined by Callie Crossley of GBH News, former CNN White House Correspondent Dan Lothian, WBZ's Jon Keller, and The Boston Globe's Lylah Alphonse.
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We passed the largest package of tax cuts in American history
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