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“Unbiased” media

Thursday’s “Other Voices” article, “It’s time for news media to fight back,” by Alann B Steen, is extremely biased. He mentions Fox News who obviously supports the president but fails to mention that all other media outlets do not support the president. Something like 91 percent of all mainstream media coverage of the president is negative.

During the campaign, President Trump told you exactly what he was going to do but the “unbiased media” was so sure he would not win they only concentrated on helping Clinton and she lost. Now after two years of total negative coverage and not gaining any footage they are resorting to total assassination of the president. It is not going to have any effect as long as the economy is strong, the border is sealed and trade agreements are changed to benefit America.

For too long we have let our industry leave the country because of too many regulations that harmed business. Finally, we have someone who understands business and how to get much better deals.

I could go on with all the good things happening but I think you get the message.

Wayne Lythgoe



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