Discussion: How do journalists navigate tensions with the Trump administration and continue to report on the White House? - The Democracy Project
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Discussion: How do journalists navigate tensions with the Trump administration and continue to report on the White House?

In this discussion, “Politics and Democracy  in America”, panelists explore the role of journalism during the Trump presidency.  Moderator David Walmsley (Editor-in-Chief, The Globe and Mail) speaks to Susanne Craig (The New York Times) and David Fahrenthold (The Washington Post).  This panel is part of The Canadian Journalism Foundation’s J-Talk series.

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