Pew: Trump media coverage three times more negative than Obama

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Trump vs. Obama: Who is stronger on national security?

The former Green Beret Ret-commander, and Metis Solutions’s CEO, Lt. Col. Michael Walzer (.) describes the basic differences between the former President Barack Obama and President Donald Trump’s national security Agenda.

The media coverage of President Trump has been mostly negative, more than three times is more important than the first cover of the former President Barack Obama and the double of the former President George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.

The Pew Research Center said that the early supply of trump was 62 percent negative. By comparison, Obama’s, was the cover only 20 percent negative.

“About six-in-ten stories about Trump’s early days in office, had a negative rating, about three times more than in the early reporting for Obama, and about twice as high as Bush and Clinton. Coverage of Trump’s early time in office, moved further away from a focus on the political agenda and more in the direction of character and leadership qualities,” said Pew.

The report on the sharpness of the reporting in the media was in the Pew-a year-end report with the title “17 abnormal findings Of 2017.”

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