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Much of the press was quick to con­demn Don­ald Trump’s re­cent feisty press con­fer­ence, which in­cluded up­dates about his do­na­tions to mil­i­tary char­i­ties — and sev­eral choice de­scrip­tions for the press, “dis­hon­est” and “shame­ful” among them. Re­tal­ia­tory head­lines and commentary fol­lowed from ma­jor news or­ga­ni­za­tions.

“The me­dia were right to ask ques­tions about Trump’s dis­tri­bu­tion of funds to veter­ans groups,” writes Brent Bozell — founder of the Me­dia Re­search Cen­ter, a con­ser­va­tive press watch­dog — in a new op-ed. “But hold the righ­teous in­dig­na­tion, folks. This is a press corps that has ab­so­lutely re­fused to hold Obama ac­count­able for any­thing. Think IRS, VA, Solyn­dra, Fast and Fu­ri­ous and so many other scan­dals — while also re­fus­ing to in­ves­ti­gate any clouds


Dwight D. Eisen­hower, 34th pres­i­dent of the United States, had high fa­vor­a­bil­ity numbers through­out his time in of­fice.

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