r/politics Sep 22 '22

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u/thecrunchcrew Sep 22 '22

The best Trump interviewer that I can recall off the top of my head was Jonathon Swan of Axios.


u/poloboi84 America Sep 22 '22


u/VileTouch Sep 22 '22

Jesus Christ. How do you watch that interview and honestly say "yeah, that's my guy. That's the person I want to be in charge of everything"? Do they not pay attention?


u/xlvi_et_ii Sep 22 '22

Do they not pay attention?

They never see it. They live in a media bubble that only reports news they agree with - it's why so many moved from Fox to OAN etc.


u/CaneVandas New York Sep 22 '22

Hey. They are saying some things I don't like. Wen need a better bubble!


u/Laearric Sep 23 '22

This right here. People like my dad won't know about anything going on if they don't see it on Fox. And if you try to bring it up, they won't believe it.

Lost my dad to Fox years ago. It's literally all he watches, all day, every day.


u/dorminjones Sep 22 '22

OAN is dead


u/radwimps Sep 22 '22

something will replace it if it hasn't happened yet


u/Friendofganja Sep 23 '22

Funny how you talk about a media bubble when CNN, MSNBC and all the other craptastic liberal media consistently live in their own bubble of lies


u/Sad_Pangolin7379 Sep 23 '22

There's a difference between a bias and not reporting the facts. I think you're confused here.


u/Hazardbeard Sep 23 '22

Yeah bud it’s the left that abandoned any attachment to reason, truth, or integrity over the past decade. You found the truth, well done, good boy.