I'm finding a lot of entertainment value in all press conferences with Trump about corona. It's so sad that the only option is to just sit back and enjoy the popcorn. I'm sorry for all you Americans here.
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I have no doubt, Farther. But I, alas, am embedded in the midst of it.
To be honest, I use the Guardian. Or, CBC. They are more reliable than most US outlets. Associated Press is still a high reputation news source, no? So, I guess I'm surprised you are asking. Does US media intrude in Canada as to impede Canadian sources? I would think that Canadian journalists would have a leg up reporting on US events, as they can 'pass' and yet have no 'dog in this fight'. I personally prefer to watch Rachel Maddow, but she's clearly in the 'anti-Trump' camp and offered through MSNBC. I also like the commentary by Brian Tyler Cohen, but again, biased. Then, I am an ardent watcher of Colbert, Meyer, Bee, Oliver, Noah & the SNL gang, but they usually spend their time bashing Trump and his co-conspirators.
I'm not too much of a news junkie, honestly. I check out the CBC site in the mornings, then that's it.
I guess it's just the relentless Facebook propaganda that's got me down. I follow a few sites (travel and doggies mostly) and the comments --any innocent seeming post gets blasted to cinders if there's any possible political angle to be found.