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Zeynep Tufekci Nov 26
Where was all this "deep-dive" before the election—even as these outlets spent so much time on trivia in Wikileaks hacks & other innuendo?
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Zeynep Tufekci Nov 26
Only 65 pre-election stories for Trump and "Conflict of Interest" from WaPo, NYT & Politico. (Some are debate transcripts or about Clinton).
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Zeynep Tufekci Nov 26
Same time period (July 1st to November 8th), 369 stories on Clinton's email server on WaPo, NYT & Politico. (Plus 591 blog entries).
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Zeynep Tufekci
Pre-election from NYT, WaPo & Politico: Clinton email server (first) outnumbered Trump conflict-of-interest stories five to one:1372 vs 279.
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Wolf Blitzer's Beard Nov 26
Well she was a real candidate.
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Wolf Blitzer's Beard Nov 26
I don't think anyone expected him to win.
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Zeynep Tufekci Nov 26
I want to say there was great reporting & relentless journalists who did great work on both candidates. It was a minority of news coverage.
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JustOffKilter Nov 26
Disgraceful!
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Zeynep Tufekci Nov 26
To be super clear: I'm not saying press should have gone easy on Clinton. They should have focused on crucial issues for both candidates.
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Sandra Nov 26
Thank you so much for the math.
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Zeynep Tufekci Nov 26
Yes, the story was there. Real work was done. But not at scale and persistence required of the topic. Drowned out.
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Marsha D. Nov 26
I AM DISGUSTED. Can you imagine how Hillary felt about these lies? She is my President.
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Margi MacMurdo-Readi Nov 26
rarely did they compare her to others who did the same or worse with little or no consequence bc they were MEN
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AnthonyJuanBautista Nov 26
The e-mail server was a crime under any other circumstance/perp.
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Dave McW Nov 26
. problem this year is that Kurtz: Trump Benefited From Negative Media Coverage voters didn't believe or care
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JustOffKilter Nov 26
I can't even imagine
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DeAnn Smith Nov 26
wasn't on broadcast news for most part. Policy and depth isn't video friendly
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Ms. Hart Nov 26
when you tweet that!
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Judith Holt Nov 26
Guess what political party owns most media...right, u guessed it, GOP. Rich dems need to buy up more media outlets.
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