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Trump gives himself a ‘C or C+’ grade for communicating with the public: Needs improvement

Hours before delivering his first joint address to both houses of Congress, President Doanld Trump offered a candid assessment of the job his administration has done in explaining his policies to the American people.

News coverage of President Trump is really, really negative. Even on Fox News.

[Commentary] The early television news reviews of the Trump presidency are in and they are not good — not even on Fox News.

How the Trump White House is trying to intimidate journalists

Attacks on the press by President Trump and his aides are so frequent that they blur together. But not all attacks are the same. Some, such as the “opposition party” label applied by White House chief strategist Stephen K.

George W. Bush critiques Trump on free press

Former President George W. Bush rarely weighs in on current political events, but on Feb 27 he offered some of his most pointed critiques of President Donald Trump's statements and policies.

The remarkable inconsistency of Trump’s attacks on the media

President Donald Trump just can't get his story straight.

The Trump White House’s press problems just keep getting worse

[Commentary] The message — if you are really bad at reading the signs — is that President Donald Trump and the people who support him believe they are at war with the media, plain and simple.

Republican lawmakers introduce bills to curb protesting in at least 18 states

Since the election of President Trump, Republican lawmakers in at least 18 states have introduced or voted on legislation to curb mass protests in what civil liberties experts are calling “an attack on protest rights throughout the states.” From V

Listen, technology holdouts: Enough is enough

[Commentary] Even as fanatic customers can be counted on to line up outside the Apple store for the latest iPhone, there are still millions of Americans who don’t use a smartphone at all.

Steve Bannon’s not-so-subtle threat to the media

It's no secret that Stephen K. Bannon, the past chairman of Breitbart News and now a senior strategist to the president, is behind much of Trump's anti-media rhetoric.