Sunday March 29, 2020

'Ignore Trump for a week'

Trump is addicted to the media because they feed his need to be created as the most important person in the story, writes Susan O'Keeffe

25th August, 2017
Donald Trump speaks to a crowd of supporters in Phoenix. Pic: Getty

How would it be if the media ignored Donald Trump for a week? The White House press room would be empty, the cameras would avoid his public meetings and his portable podium could be packed up. If the US President opted to play golf all day and all night, he could do it to his heart’s content. Equally, if Mr Trump wanted to continue to insult veterans, women, transpeople, Republicans and anyone else who crosses...

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