The New York Times found themselves in hot-water this week after abruptly yielding to far-left pressure on social media; altering a major headline following President Trump’s address to the nation after two mass shootings.
Tomorrow's NYT print edition.
Not sure "TRUMP URGES UNITY VS. RACISM" is how I would have framed the story. pic.twitter.com/quOibXsp32
— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) August 6, 2019
The Times is no stranger to controversy regarding prominent conservatives; featuring Fox News’ Sean Hannity in November 2017.
“A few hours later, I found Hannity in his greenroom at Fox News headquarters, dressed like a mismatched Ken doll: Up top, a suit jacket and shirt and tie, and down below, where the camera lens wouldn’t find them, jeans and loafers,” writes the Times.
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