CNN's headline news headline for hours was "Breaking News" banner:
"BIDEN TO EVISCERATE TRUMP TODAY IN IOWA SPEECH".
Does that sound like a balanced headline on New Day? ? Or does it sound like the program says that the president needs to eviscerate urgently?
I'm doing this only because CNN is promoting this as a news program rather than an opinion broadcast. I have no problem playing a speech leaked in advance of Joe Biden's campaign (Fox and many others have also reported this). The CNN moderators and panelists said nothing terribly biased. But that headline undercut her. Would the average viewer feel that CNN is subtly cheering for Biden?
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So Axios handled the same leak: "Biden hits Trump's 76 Times in the speech of Iowa. "That's a statement. The story included such applause from Biden as "I believe Trump is an existential threat to America." And the preface prompted Trump to do his own evisceration at a press conference before leaving Washington.
"I think he's the weakest spiritually," Trump said of Biden. "I like to compete with people who are mentally weak." He called the former vice president a "dummy" regarding his approach to China.
The president also called him a "loser" and said that Biden should mention him 76 times in a speech, "that means he is in trouble."
And Trump did not address the age question so subtly and said that Biden looks different than before. He acts differently than before. He is even slower than before. "Biden is 76, Trump equals 73.
The New York Times launched Trump's Day in Iowa with a behind-the-scenes story that raises questions about him's truthfulness.
After President Democrat Tony Fabrizio had informed him of a "devastating" 1
Trump just said, "My poll numbers are great."
A CNN reporter previously asked Sarah Huckabee Sanders if the president had told his adjutant to deny that internal polls left him behind Biden.
She distracted the question more than once and said, "Look, I think the poll did it completely wrong in 2016, I do not think it's now."
Another passage from the NYT story Trump rarely, if ever, talks to adjutants about what he hopes for a hard-won second term; His interest is exclusively the present and above all the current crisis. He has shown no interest in formulating a new message for his campaign. Instead, he continued the winning slogan "Make America Great Again" from his last race, adding that he also wants to keep "America Great." "
Hey, the man was chosen despite all the polls and adversities, so it's no surprise that he trusts his instincts. He designs his message hourly. It is not a shock that he lives at the moment.
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As for Biden, all three cable news channels took his Iowa speech in a sadder language. than-in-anger tone. He called Trump a "threat to our core values," a "threat to our reputation in the world," and a "real threat to American democracy." He said, "This is really dangerous stuff" and "Four Years Donald Trump" is considered a departure in American history and around the world. "
On one level, it's just another day of sparring, but it benefits both men. Trump is apparently convinced that he will face Biden. Biden, who still has to win Iowa and a whole host of other states, wants to promote the idea that he is against Donald and the other 23 candidates are irrelevant.
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Did DNC Fox not be excluded from the debates because the network would not be fair? If Fox ran a Republican debate with several journalists, such as Sean Hannity or Lou Dobbs, it would cause a stir in the media.
However, as this is a popular figure on the left, no one raises an eyebrow.