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The Senate unanimously passed a resolution rebuking Trump’s statement that the news media is ‘the enemy of the people’
The Senate unanimously passed a resolution affirming that the news media is not the enemy of the people.
President Donald Trump sent out a Thursday-morning tweetstorm attacking the media in response to the hundreds of editorials published earlier in the day decrying his attacks on the press.
"The media, so frequently excoriated by the White House, is not considered an enemy of the people," said assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll Tim Malloy. "Far from it."
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CNN correspondent Jim Acosta has been a frequent target of President Donald Trump, who frequently rails against news outlets that are not Fox News. Trump's supporters have followed suit.
Bank of America has hired 2 top bankers who work with the likes of Verizon and Viacom amid a deal frenzy in media and telecoms
Bank of America has hired two new bankers to its media & telecom M&A business. Sam Powers will start in the fall as head of Americas Media & Telecom Investment Banking. He's joining the firm from UBS where he led the Americas TMT group, advising on deals for clients like Viacom.
Trump battles with media at fiery UK press conference, refusing questions from CNN and praising Fox News
President Donald Trump attacked NBC News and CNN reporters during a rare press conference Friday in which he took questions from the American and British press corps in the UK.
The annual Sun Valley conference is almost here — take a look at the millionaires, billionaires, and moguls who attended last year
The annual Allen & Co conference in Sun Valley brings millionaires and billionaires from around the world. Here's who went last year.
The Fox News host Howard Kurtz pushed back on his panelists who blamed media bias for Scott Pruitt's resignation as the Environmental Protection Agency chief last week, arguing instead that his employer failed to adequately cover the news.
The 26-year-old New York Times reporter who had a relationship with a Senate Intelligence aide has been reassigned
Ali Watkins, a New York Times national security reporter whose communications were secretly seized by the government earlier this year, will be reassigned from the paper's Washington, DC bureau to its New York City office.