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Should we really be reporting everything Trump tweets?

Should we really be reporting everything Trump tweets?

Every morning, a bleary-eyed Washington Post reporter drags his or herself out of bed bright and early, makes some coffee and is dutifully seated in front of the computer by 6 a.m. With the watchful eye of a sentinel, the reporter waits for President Trump to tweet and with the speed of lightening will type up an article that will be posted online immediately.

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Tel Aviv to Lake Wobegon: Excited about visiting the temples of journalism

Tel Aviv to Lake Wobegon: Excited about visiting the temples of journalism

Tomorrow, Sunday, we leave for our whirlwind tour of the States. Our first stop is New York, where we will also visit the New York Times. I'm pretty excited about it, actually. Not that anything special is supposed to happen. But just to see the place that, most probably, got me somehow into journalism. I am re-posting a post of mine that appeared on +972 Magazine in March 2013, after the death of New York Times columnist Anthony Lewis. We knew each other. Sort of...

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