I’ve been asked recently what media organizations think about the statements made about the profession by President Donald Trump, calling them “the enemy of the people.”
I could hardly approve, could I? …
But such questions remind me that publishers get to hear all sorts of opinions on the media, from all sorts of people.
By example, there was the non-U.S. citizen whose foreign corporation for a relatively short period owned a business in Guam, before selling it. The Journal reported on the acquisition at the time.
The gentleman was not happy to see . . .
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