Vogue’s Kamala Cover Controversy
Published on 15 Jan 2021, 23:43
Some journalists are now saying the traditional media shares equal blame for appeasing and enabling President Trump over the past four years. But is the criticism misplaced? Was Trump able to escape accountability for so long because of the media coverage, or in spite of it? 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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