When it comes to Trump, it's clear that everything is allowed, says Intercept's Glenn Greenwald. Does Trump eat kids for breakfast? Did he command Theresa May in the White House? Is he paid by Russian intelligence? The media is full of "Trump, the whole Trump and nothing but the Trump".
Glenn Greenwald is a journalist who does source research (older press members will remember that exercise) – even when it comes to the stories of Trump. Are the images of the human ocean taken during the inaugurations of Obama and Trump at comparable times? Is the report on Putin's hacking of the US election and other areas reliable? Yes, what was that really who was in the CIA report on Putin's role during the election campaign?
If Trump's isolationism is to shut down the US military bases in over a hundred countries, we should applaud.
Let us see on how NRK works: Unlike Greenwald, NRK had its special journalistic twist around the publication of the CIA report on Putin when I turned on the radio one morning in January: NRK had not read the report itself. However, anyone can do it. But CNN had reportedly read it and made a program – which saw the think tank Agenda. . .
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