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The widow of a former reporter in an editorial blasted President Trump for the continued attacks he’s made against the media, writing that it’s physically painful to hear Trump call journalists “the enemy of the people.”

“My husband, Mike Brick — the father of our children — was a journalist, a lifelong newspaper man,” Stacy Brick wrote in the Houston Chronicle on Friday.

“He was the most honest person I have ever known.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Brick went on to detail her husband’s journey as a reporter, from starting his own newspaper in elementary school to winning a Pulitzer Prize for his work in covering the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

“He always wanted to tell these stories, and he did — up until a few months before he died,” Brick wrote. “I often think of the stories he didn’t get to tell.”

She went on to criticize the president for the repeated attacks he’s made against the press and pointed to how her husband’s colleagues treated him after he was diagnosed with cancer as an example of how genuine journalists can be.

She also laid out how difficult the job of a reporter can be, and detailed the experiences her husband had along the way.

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CLICK HERE to read the full editorial by Stacy Brick.

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