US Presidential Elections 2016: Why US Media Needs To Introspect

The upset might have been stunning, as most headlines tomorrow would say, but the media willingly ignored the strong undercurrent in favour of Donald J Trump and stuck its head out for Hillary Clinton. Trump had always cautioned his supporters: Don’t believe everything that they write about me. Agreed, he is full of contradictions, a misogynist and a xenophobe, but does it warrant for the media to adopt a partisan approach at a time when the country was deeply divided?

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    MICHAEL NYANJE
    Nov 10, 2016 at 2:58 am
    Donald made it this time,lets hope he has something good for his people.
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      Sneha Sheela
      Nov 12, 2016 at 2:04 am
      I have been living in the USA and analyzing the history very deeply...America does't care about the Gender of a "Public Official"...Trumps Win is Vote for a New Kind of Hope, Honesty and also vote against Media which squeezed lime to one eye (Trump) and Butter into the other (Hillary)...had she not ociated with Obama's she would have won probably ...Obama divide the country into Racial Lines though American White voted twice to him without Racial Bias....
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