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Is it important that a journist was denied to enter a Trump event by Carrier?

  • Yes, it is important that a journalist was denied to enter a Trump event by Carrier.

    Yes, it is very important that a journalist was denied to enter a Trump event by Carrier. The press is the fourth estate in our country, and serves to hold our elected leaders accountable for their actions. Carrier's action of denying a journalist entrance to an event celebrating the politician who essentially bribed them sets a terrible precedent.

  • Yes, it is very important.

    Yes, it is important that a journalist was denied entry to a Trump event by Carrier. So much business of this coming administration is being done behind closed doors. The American people don't know what types of deals Trump is making, and he's supposed to be serving us! It is sad that this incoming administration is allowed to conduct secret deals and is not forced to be transparent.

  • Trump and Carrier: The News Doesn't Tell The Truth

    Thinkprogress.org just posted a story about Trump and Carrier. Along with several other reputable news outlets, the word is coming out that Trump did not actually "save Carrier" from leaving the country. He only saved half the company from leaving (allegedly), and used taxpayer money to do so. Why was a journalist denied entry to the event regarding Trump and Carrier? It can only be assumed that it is because there was something to hide. Trump and Carrier wanted to look good coming out of this, even though the deal itself was not very good for America. If any journalist is let into the event, Trump risks getting slandered. Unfortunately, he hasn't entirely avoided it. Yes, this is very important that a journalist was denied entry. Now, the public is fed a story that is very far from the truth.

  • Yes, it is.

    It shows that Trump is letting corporations vet people and that he is catering to thier interests rather than trying to do what is best for the general American population. Letting a corporation vet journalists instead of doing it himself is acting in the best interests of corporations and othe businesses.

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