That much news coverage is biased against President Donald Trump goes without saying. But every now and then there comes an episode of bias so egregious it deserves attention. The coverage of the president’s July 3 speech at Mount Rushmore is one of those episodes.

The Wall Street Journal editorial page called it “one of the best speeches” of Trump’s time in office. Conservative intellectual Roger Kimball called it “perhaps his most forceful and eloquent to date.” The message, Kimball said, was an “invitation to unity in the midst of conflict.”

Byron York is chief political correspondent for the Washington Examiner. Contact him at byork@washingtonexaminer.com.

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natives5

As one who values reading and researching to form my own opinion, it’s clear to me that this impeached 1st term President is not of the people or for the people and he is by far the most divisive and destructive president in my lifetime. Time for a change, America.

Bulldog

What are you reading and researching? Archie Comic books?

natives5

Typical childish attacks and insults from someone who cannot make a rational point. Not surprised since you support a president who does the same.

Bulldog

Said pot to the kettle

natives5

You’re slipping, Bulldog. No substance; just a futile attempt at insults.

antone

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