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With outrageous examples of left-wing media bias and insider scoops on front-page skirmishes between the Trump White House and reporters, Howard Kurtz's new book is an astonishing exposé of the media industry that is reminiscent of Bernard Goldberg's game changing New York Times bestseller Bias.Donald Trump is staking his presidency, as he did his election, on destroying the credibility of American journalists. Ordinarily, Howie Kurtz - a media critic who spent 30 years reporting for The Washington Post - would be outraged. But Kurtz has had a front seat to the degradation of the news business. Having witnessed so many journalists' slow slide from neutral truth-tellers to polemic activists, Kurtz asks: Could the White House's disgust with the media be (at least partially) justified?Let's look at the facts: MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell said Trump should be removed under the 25th Amendment.



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Howard Kurtz

Howard "Howie" Alan Kurtz (born August 1, 1953) is an American journalist and author with a special focus on the media. He is host of CNN's Reliable Sources program, and Washington bureau chief for The Daily Beast. He is the former media writer for The Washington Post. He has written five books about the media. He has been described as the nation's "most influential media reporter".



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