The MSM should cut back its live coverage of Trump

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I don't excuse people for their faults, maybe you do. Just because a bunch of Trump supporters may have been gullible enough to be talked into something doesn't mean they're still not responsible for their actions.

It's also funny that the media is blamed for supposedly being liberal but they somehow conspired to give Trump extra air time, highlighting mainly his negatives, in their plan to get him elected.
Of COURSE people are responsible for their actions!

Lots of them just could not vote for The Hillary, that's all.

They knew how horrible she was.

And...The "liberal media" didn't "plan to get him elected".

They "planned" to increase their ratings, which equals money.

The "liberal media" was convinced that Hillary was going to win the election, so why not put Trump on and increase their ratings?

It wouldn't matter, cause she was gonna win, anyway.

M O N E Y
 

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Of COURSE people are responsible for their actions!

Lots of them just could not vote for The Hillary, that's all.

They knew how horrible she was.

And...The "liberal media" didn't "plan to get him elected".

They "planned" to increase their ratings, which equals money.

The "liberal media" was convinced that Hillary was going to win the election, so why not put Trump on and increase their ratings?

It wouldn't matter, cause she was gonna win, anyway.

M O N E Y
You seem to be arguing against yourself now.

At any rate, it looks like we agree. Trump wasn't put in office by the media, it was done by those who voted for him.
 
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You seem to be arguing against yourself now.

At any rate, it looks like we agree. Trump wasn't put in office by the media, it was done by those who voted for him.
But the "news" media, in their quest for ratings (M O N E Y) certainly helped!

Yeah, Baby!!!
 

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But the "news" media, in their quest for ratings (M O N E Y) certainly helped!

Yeah, Baby!!!
No. They neither helped nor hindered. They simply put him on television and let people draw their own conclusions. The fact that some approved and voted for him while others disapproved and voted for his opponent is on those who casted their votes.
 
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No law says they have to cover him everywhere and he has his own network (Fox) anyway.
He's deliberately staying in the limelight now and I doubt he's improving any network's ratings anymore. (I see him live and change channels immediately)

I wouldn't even cover the WH briefings live anymore. (just recap the lies later)
Truth be told, I don't understand at all why anyone attends the Huck Gal's briefings.

How many times do they need to be told "We've discussed that endlessly - and I would refer to you the president's outside council"

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No. They neither helped nor hindered. They simply put him on television and let people draw their own conclusions. The fact that some approved and voted for him while others disapproved and voted for his opponent is on those who casted their votes.
You are incorrect.

The "news" media helped him BIG TIME!

It was like millions of dollars worth of free campaign ads!

Merry Christmas Trump!

Little adulteress Mika and adulterer Joe were major contributors.

Thanks MSNBC!
 

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Don't get me wrong....I still like watching media that bashes him and keeps up to date on Mueller probe....but I can't watch him live anywhere anymore. (change channels the second I see him live)
 
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You are incorrect.

The "news" media helped him BIG TIME!

It was like millions of dollars worth of free campaign ads!

Merry Christmas Trump!

Little adulteress Mika and adulterer Joe were major contributors.

Thanks MSNBC!
It's a strange world when you think showing people someone being offensive, calling for violence, being racially divisive, crude to women, or making fun of the handicapped is the same as free campaign ads.

The responsibility goes to those who saw those disgusting traits and said, "that's my guy!" Anyone shifting responsibility elsewhere is trying to absolve themselves of what they've realized is something they no longer want to he associated with.

It's called personal responsibility. Look into it.
 
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It's a strange world when you think showing people someone being offensive, calling for violence, being racially divisive, crude to women, or making fun of the handicapped is the same as free campaign ads.

The responsibility goes to those who saw those disgusting traits and said, "that's my guy!" Anyone shifting responsibility elsewhere is trying to absolve themselves of what they've realized is something they no longer want to he associated with.

It's called personal responsibility. Look into it.
All that free publicity helped him.

You can acknowledge it...or not.

Million of dollars worth of free TV time, and it helped him win.

Kind of ironic isn't it?

MSNBC hates him so much, yet they did so much to help get him elected.

MSNBC's free time may have been just enough to put him over the top...
 

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All that free publicity helped him.

You can acknowledge it...or not.

Million of dollars worth of free TV time, and it helped him win.

Kind of ironic isn't it?

MSNBC hates him so much, yet they did so much to help get him elected.

MSNBC's free time may have been just enough to put him over the top...
I didn't not acknowledge it. I said it strange let someone watch someone behave offensively and think hey that's my guy.

Trump is President because of those who voted for him. Period. That's kind of how elections work.
 

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