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How many people would stand by the president as he explained he was ‘not comfortable’ using the tools the law gave him?
The Justice Department’s admitted spying on journalists was just too much for the press.
Like Benghazi a year ago, the U.S. media landscape has split in two between an establishment, Democratic media determined to cover up – and an alternative media determined to inform the public.
It would be bad enough if the president or his top aides in the cabinet or White House specifically ordered this kind of behavior.