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During the impeachment hearings journalists should focus on the substance of what is being proved or not proved, not distracting speculation or publicity stunts (Margaret Sullivan/Washington Post)

During the impeachment hearings journalists should focus on the substance of what is being proved or not proved, not distracting speculation or publicity stunts (Margaret Sullivan/Washington Post)

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pml.png Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
During the impeachment hearings journalists should focus on the substance of what is being proved or not proved, not distracting speculation or publicity stunts  —  The national media’s shortcomings have been all too obvious in recent years as Donald Trump has gleefully thrown the norms of traditional journalism into a tizzy.

Source: During the impeachment hearings journalists should focus on the substance of what is being proved or not proved, not distracting speculation or publicity stunts (Margaret Sullivan/Washington Post)

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