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ANALYSIS: TRUE. “THE MEDIA IS COLLECTIVELY DECIDING TO GIVE UP ON AN OBJECTIVITY THAT IT NEVER HAD.”…

ANALYSIS: TRUE. “THE MEDIA IS COLLECTIVELY DECIDING TO GIVE UP ON AN OBJECTIVITY THAT IT NEVER HAD.” Walter Cronkite could not be reached for comment, but he definitely concurs.
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