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Taking Sides in the Age of Trump

As the United States election campaign, one of the most toxic and bruising political brawls of recent times, finally draws to a close, many journalists both in America and across the globe are confounded by the success of a candidate who has defied political gravity and forced editors and reporters to question their attachment to the cardinal principles of journalism — balance and impartiality, writes Aidan White, CEO and founder of the Ethical Journalism Network.
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