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How False Equivalence Is Distorting the 2016 Election Coverage

On March 15, Donald Trump won Florida, North Carolina, Missouri, and Illinois, dispatching Marco Rubio’s campaign to the ash heap of history and giving every impression that he had become the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee..

The media’s need to cover “both sides” of every story makes no sense when one side has little regard for the truth…

Source: How False Equivalence Is Distorting the 2016 Election Coverage | The Nation

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