In these crazy times, that seemed like an eternity.
Trump made some news over the course of 30 minutes, of course.
Will Bunch has worked at the Daily News for 20-plus years and is now senior writer.
Without me, the New York Times will indeed be not the failing New York Times, but the failed New York Times. And eventually, probably six months before the election, they’ll be loving me because they’re saying, “Please, please, don’t lose Donald Trump.” O. But he’s absolutely right in that the media — especially cable TV — remains addicted to the high ratings and record profits of covering Trump the way it covered Trump in 2016 … “The one thing I know for sure is that Donald Trump has made American journalism great again,” CNN chief Jeff Zucker said last month, adding: “CNN’s been around for 37 years, this is the most-watched year in the history of CNN on television.” That’s remarkable because in past cycles TV news viewing has plummeted in the year after a presidential election, and, arguably, MSNBC and Fox News did even better in 2017 than CNN.
That — and the tens of millions of dollars in ad revenue that come with the Trump effect — doesn’t mean that journalists will “tank” for the president in 2020. But it does portend three more years of the style of coverage that greases the pole for Trump’s Festivus-worthy grievance politics, and while a Trump re-election sounds crazy with his horrible approval numbers, is it any crazier than Trump winning the contest in 2016?
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That one thing, as we saw throughout 20, is manipulating the media, not only to get a ridiculous amount of free air time, but also to work the spin cycle of rage and resentment and to use that news coverage — no matter how negative it appears to be on the surface — to keep his base of supporters engaged and often whipped up in a state of frenzy.