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The New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet talks with Brian Stelter about President Donald Trump's attempts to minimize journalism.Donald Trump
President Trump's anti-media attacks are a "verbal form of poison," meant to harm news organizations, Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter says.Donald Trump
Are Monica Crowley and Sean Hannity in denial about Crowley's plagiarism? Brian Stelter says Hannity hurts his viewers by ignoring real reporting.Sean Hannity
Brian Stelter take a deeper look at how the term "fake news" has been co-opted by President Donald Trump.Donald Trump
Kathleen Hall Jamieson compares "viral deception" on the web to "venereal disease." She also discusses Trump's use of "argument by anecdote."Fake News
Jason Miller, who was the Trump campaign's communications director, says the President enjoyed a "total messaging victory" after his joint address.Donald Trump
Sabrina Siddiqui of The Guardian and Kaitlan Collins of The Daily Caller discuss the White House press office, and the need to put "substance over style."Kaitlan Collins
The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel says journalists should "jettison Olympian neutrality" while reporting on Trump, who, she believes, is harming democracy.
Bill Plante, who worked at CBS News for 52 years, says he's never seen anything like this. He urges reporters to keep their emotions in check.Turner Broadcasting
MZ Hemingway says some journalists are acting "hysterical" while Charles Blow says Trump's "lies" must be called out.Turner Broadcasting
President Trump's unfounded claim about Obama wiretapping was inspired by a talk radio segment and a Breitbart article, Brian Stelter reports.Wiretapping
Atlanta Journal-Constitution editor Kevin Riley talks about what it's like to cover Trump administration policies from far beyond the beltway.Trump Administration
Politico White House correspondent Tara Palmeri says the W.H.'s decision to block her from attending a briefing was "by design" to distract media attention.
"The story is what he's done," not President Donald Trump's anti-media attacks, Trump supporter Amy Kremer says. "I mean, honestly, I'm tired of hearing about all this."
Linguist George Lakoff offers recommendations for effective fact-checks.Fact Checking
Does it matter that the president skips the WHCA dinner? Trump supporter Amy Kremer says Trump doesn't need to go to the gala just "to get mocked."Donald Trump
NYT White House correspondent Glenn Thrush responds to Reince Priebus's assertion that anonymous sources should not be quoted in news stories.Donald Trump
Brian Stelter challenges media and tech companies to invest in media literacy; news consumers deserve to better understand how journalists do their job.Media Literacy
Dana Priest, Glenn Greenwald and Carl Bernstein discuss the dynamic between journalists and the anonymous sources who leak information to them.
RedState's Jay Caruso implores journalists to talk less about themselves and more about Trump's actions. NYT's Glenn Thrush traces storylines about Trump.
Analysts Salena Zito and Jeff Greenfield react to Trump's "enemies" rhetoric. Greenfield warns of potential anti-press actions.Turner Broadcasting
Legendary journalist Carl Bernstein says "we've never seen, in an American president, such open authoritarian moves and rhetoric."
President Trump and media mogul Rupert Murdoch have "quite a cozy relationship," the FT's Matthew Garrahan tells Brian Stelter.
"One of the things that's just amazing is the intensity of this," James Bennet, the NYT's editorial page editor, says.Turner Broadcasting
The Examiner's Sarah Westwood and former Obama aide Dan Pfeiffer react to Sean Spicer's performance. Pfeiffer says Spicer has "lost credibility."
Gabriel Snyder, author of a new Wired magazine cover story, says the NYT's digital subscription growth is "one of the bright spots in the industry."
Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy, who met with President Trump on Friday night, says "there's a lot of weakness coming out of chief of staff" Reince Priebus.
Andrew Sullivan says it's time for journalists to talk publicly about President Trump's "mental stability."
Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy says that President Trump is not getting the kind of support he needs from White House Chief of Staff Reince Preibus in order to be successful.
Carolyn Ryan, the NYT's senior editor for politics, says leaks are abundant due to "colliding agendas among the Trump factions."