US group that campaigns to protect journalists takes ‘unprecedented step’ of accusing Republican candidate of ‘betraying first amendment values’ If Donald Trump should win the presidency it would represent a threat to press freedom, says the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). The US-based press freedom watchdog has taken what it calls “an unprecedented step” by issuing a statement by the chair of its board, Sandra Mims Rowe, in which she accuses Trump of consistently betraying first amendment values.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) vigorously defended his man for president, Donald Trump, on Sunday against the many women who have stepped forward and accused him of sexually assaulting them. “Some of these things appea...
The Committee to Protect Journalists put out a pretty blistering statement today against Donald Trump, whom they consider to be a "threat to press freedom."
Trump consistently betrays First Amendment values, says the chairman of the Committee to Protect Journalists.