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The Times, It Is a Changin'

You see it on the front page of The New York Times, live on NBC and across the spectrum: reporters, not commentators or columnists, calling out Donald Trump for lying. That role used to be reserved for fact-checkers and editorial writers. The reporters would report, others would analyze, or, leave it to the readers. But that old formula is not sufficient for The Age of Trump.
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