Washington Post’s Marty Baron: ‘We’re Not at War with the Administration, We’re at Work’

Washington Post Editor Marty Baron says the newspaper is approaching the Donald Trump administration as it would any administration, not with open animosity.

“The way I view it is, we’re not at war with the administration, we’re at work. We’re doing our jobs,” he said at the Code Media conference at the Ritz-Carlton in Dana Point, Calif.

He said the paper would have approached a Hillary Clinton administration with the same aggressive reporting.

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2 thoughts on “Washington Post’s Marty Baron: ‘We’re Not at War with the Administration, We’re at Work’

  • February 15, 2017 at 9:23 am
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    Where was this aggressive “doing our job” reporting for the last eight years during the Obama administration?

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  • February 15, 2017 at 12:13 pm
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    Total BS. The Washington Post is a notorious liberal Democrat lap dog that hates conservatives and Republicans and spends their every waking hour at their dying newspaper dreaming up stories that slam their ideological enemies. You are fooling no one Marty. You’re not even practicing journalism anymore. The once great Washington Post is not different than Pravda. Just a tool of a single political view.

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