At the height of the 2016 war between presidential candidate Donald Trump and the media, when the campaign withheld press credentials to his rallies from various national news outlets, The Washington Post had a secret weapon. Others on the blacklist were forced to rely on live TV coverage of the events, but Post political editor Steven Ginsburg could hop onto the Post’s Talent Network, plug in the town in question, and find a pre-vetted stringer to handle the event.Read More
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