asked by Tatiana Sorabi 11 months ago
The New Yorker's Ryan Lizza: "People genuinely do not think it is in their interest - both White House and campaign officials, both campaigns, it's not a partisan thing at all, it's Democrats and Republicans - they genuinely do not believe it's in their interest to talk in an unguarded way. Because even if they trust you to get the context 100 percent right, it doesn't matter, because they know that a liberal or conservative blog, or a campaign ad, will just grab something out of context and run with it and create some damaging meme."
The New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza: Twitter, Gaffe Obsession Creating ‘Crisis For Political Journalism’
Creating ‘Crisis For Political Journalism’
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Isn't there supposed to be some unwritten rule about the reporter not becoming the story?