the level of apology and disclaimer required to report on wrongdoing from the president's son businessinsider.com/hunter-b…

1:32 PM · Oct 13, 2021

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It’s also odd that they compare Hunter to Trump instead of Trump Jr.
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Pay wall and still can’t afford an editor smh
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On iphone click link and hit “AA” at top then “show reader view.” Works 99% of the time
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“what’s he’s”
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But what is he is up to. 🤣 Was someone paid to write that? Did an unpaid 5th grade intern write that? Twitter typos happen, but in the title of an article. Guess they care more about whitewashing than proper grammar, sentence structure, or a cohesive argument.
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Replying to @HashtagGriswold
It's also grammatically incorrect
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So, they won’t call spade a spade before putting Trump into it, gotcha!
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I will subscribe when their staff learns a) to spell and b ) journalism standards
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