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A Boston newspaper is calling for publications nationwide to take a coordinated editorial stand against President Trump’s attacks on the media.

“We are not the enemy of the people,” The Associated Press quoted Marjorie Pritchard, deputy managing editor for the editorial page of The Boston Globe, as saying. AP said she was referring to a characterization of journalists that Trump has used in the past.

The article goes on to state the following:

The president, who regularly declares that his administration is getting unfair media coverage, has made frequent speeches and tweets decrying “fake news” and fabricated sources. After his recent summit in Singapore with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, he assailed fake news as “our country’s biggest enemy.”

The Globe has reportedly reached out to editorial boards around the U.S. to run editorials this Thursday denouncing what the newspaper called a “dirty war against the free press” — regardless of the respective publications’ political leanings.

Pritchard said about 70 outlets had committed to editorials as of Friday, with the list expected to grow, AP reported. The publications ranged from large metro dailies, such as The Houston Chronicle, The Minneapolis Star Tribune and and The Denver Post, to small weekly periodicals.

The newspaper’s request was being promoted by industry groups including the American Society of News Editors.

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  1. It’s laughable how the MSM still thinks it has any kind of credibility . Doubling down on the hatred, vitriol and the twisted words will only serve to lessen what cred they have left.

  2. My understanding of the press is that it is supposed to report the W’s: What, when, why, where and who; not to disparage every word, every movement, every thought of anyone – including the President of the United States. Printed newspapers are virtually non-existent and it’s damn easy to delete any article with a paper’s banner and those with CNN, CBS, NBC, etc. I’d rather dumb down than be faced with non-stop criticism. Have a problem, offer a solution otherwise keep the nasty remarks to yourselves.

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