Trump Was Right=> Pew Finds Only 5% of Mainstream Media Reports on Trump are Positive

On September 22, 2017, President Trump tweeted out his disgust with the Russian hoax investigation.

This came after Facebook announced it would turn over 3,000 Russian-linked ads to GOP-led congressional committees.

The far left media was running screaming headlines that suggested 3,000 ads costing $100,000 that were neither favorable or unfavorable to either presidential candidate flipped the 2016 election.

Trump was right.
According to a Pew Research Report only 5% of mainstream media coverage on President Trump have been positive early this year.

NBC News reported:

President Donald Trump frequently complains about media coverage of his administration, and a study released Monday confirms his suspicion: Most of it has been negative.

The Pew Research Center, in a content analysis of the early days of the Trump presidency, found that 62 percent of the coverage was negative and only 5 percent was positive.

In contrast, President Barack Obama’s coverage in early 2009 was 42 percent positive and 20 percent negative, the study said.

Among recent presidents, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush had higher negative than positive coverage early in their administrations, but not nearly to Trump’s degree. Clinton had 28 percent negative coverage and 27 percent positive in 1993, while Bush had 28 percent negative and 22 percent positive in 2001.

Coverage of Trump was primarily focused on “character and leadership” versus policy, according to the Pew Center, a nonprofit based in Washington. The study also showed that only 2 percent of stories from outlets with a right-leaning audience refuted statements made by Trump or his administration, while 15 percent of stories carried by left-leaning outlets questioned the administration.

And then there’s this…
The liberal media was totally biased against him during the 2016 election.

The Media Research Center found 91% of the coverage of Trump in the weeks leading up to the election was “hostile” towards the Republican candidate.

A few of the “journalists” meeting offline with Hillary advisers

Thanks to Wikileaks we now know that at least 65 mainstream reporters were working closely with the Clinton campaign this election year. They were invited to top elitist dinners with Hillary Campaign Chairman John Podesta or Chief Campaign strategist Joel Benenson.


These 65 mainstream reporters CAN NEVER BE TRUSTED:

As previously reported— At least 38 top national reporters attended a different dinner at John Podesta’s house in April 2015.

The Clinton campaign sent out invites to New York reporters in April 2015 to their off-the-record meeting on how to sell Hillary Clinton to the public.

These 38 reporters should NEVER BE TRUSTED!

Via The Intercept:


Another group of 25 mainstream reporters were invited to a dinner at Jhn Podesta’s house on April 9.
This was a completely different list of reporters!

Here is the current RSVP list to the Thursday Night (4/9) dinner at
Podesta’s. As a reminder, this is with the 25 reporters more closely
following HRC (aka the future bus).

ABC – Liz Kreutz

AP – Julie Pace

AP – Ken Thomas

AP – Lisa Lerer

AURN – April Ryan

Bloomberg – Jennifer Epstein

Buzzfeed – Ruby Cramer

CBS – Steve Chagaris

CNBC – John Harwood

CNN – Dan Merica

Huffington Post – Amanda Terkel

NO (Panama)

LAT – Mike Memoli

LAT – Evan Handler

McClatchy – Anita Kumar

MSNBC – Alex Seitz-Wald

National Journal – Emily Schultheis

NBC – Mark Murray

NPR – Tamara Keith

NYT – Amy Chozik

NYT – Maggie Haberman

Politico – Annie Karni
Politico – Gabe Debenedetti

Reuters – Amanda Becker

The Hill – Amie Parnes

Washington Post – Anne Gearan

WSJ – Laura Meckler

WSJ – Peter Nicholas

WSJ – Colleen McCain Nelson

We also know that Politico’s chief political correspondent Glenn Thrush was sending the Hillary campaign articles for their review before publishing.

We know CNBC and New York Times reporter John Harwood was working with the Clinton campaign to help Hillary.

At least 65 mainstream media reporters were chummy with the Hilla

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