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  • Atlantic reporter does not deny coordinating question with Joe Biden campaign

    Atlantic reporter does not deny coordinating question with Joe Biden campaign

    Edward-Isaac Dovere, a reporter for The Atlantic, did not deny coordinating a question about Trump’s “soul” with Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, which selected him to ask the first question during a rare press availability on Friday.

    H/T: Breitbart

    The Atlantic is the publication that published a story Thursday evening claiming that President Donald Trump had referred to Americans who died in the First World War as “losers” and “suckers.” The story was based on four anonymous sources. It has since been rejected or refuted by nearly a dozen on-the-record sources, including some Trump critics, like John Bolton.

    Biden's staff called on Dovere first, and he dutifully served up a softball: “When you hear these remarks — ‘suckers,’ ‘losers,’ recoiling from amputees — what does it tell you about President Trump’s soul, and the life he leads?”

    Keep in mind, the Atlantic is quoting it's own story here — an obvious hit piece that relied wholly on the word of two anonymous “sources” — to give Biden the opportunity to not only slander the president with false accusations, but also to let the shaky candidate get his feet wet with an easy one. Can you imagine how far ahead Trump would be if he was getting softballs instead of “gotchas” from the press? At what point does media sycophancy toward Biden become an in-kind contribution?

    What's worse? There were no questions about Biden’s proposed economic policies — which, ostensibly, was the topic of the press conference, Breitbart reports.


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