Views Preview: Teen Vogue's Donald Trump Takedown

Dec 13, 2016

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Name a magazine you think would be most likely to write an op-ed taking down President-Elect Donald Trump. The Atlantic? Time? U.S. News and World Report? Nope. Try Teen Vogue. This week on Views of the News, we talk about the sharp piece outlining the ways Trump used gaslighting techniques to win over his voter base.

Lauren Duca, Teen Vogue: “Donald Trump is gaslighting America

Mark Joseph Stern, Slate: “Teen Vogue’s Trump takedown is not a surprise, because the magazine rocks

Katie Mettler, Washington Post: “In ‘scorched-earth’ op-ed, a Teen Vogue writer says Trump is ‘gaslighting America

Sophie Gilbert, The Atlantic: “Teen Vogue’s political coverage isn’t surprising

Julianne Escobedo Shepherd, Jezebel: “If you’re shocked Teen Vogue is great, you’re not paying attention

Trump to keep EP credit

Philip Bump, Washington Post: “Donald Trump’s ‘executive producer’ credit, explained by a big-shot Hollywood lawyer

Seth Kelley, Variety: “Donald Trump denies he will work on ‘Apprentice’ while president

Katie Jerkovich, The Daily Caller: “Trump to be ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ executive producer

David Folkenflik, NPR: “Trump’s continued ties to ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ raises more conflict questions

Michael M. Grynbaum, New York Times: “As ‘The Apprentice’ returns to TV, Trump stands to profit

Dylan Byers, CNN Money: “Donald Trump’s ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ deal may include money from brands

Trump TV is a thing

Tara Palmeri, POLITICO: “Trump to inherit state-run TV network with expanded reach

Corey Doctorow, Boing Boing: “Trump is inheriting the right to Breitbartize Voice of America, Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty

Daily Kos: “The Voice of America is about to become Trump TV

The future of cross-ownership

Mike Cavender, RTDNA: “Cross-ownership rule may own soon

Richardo Bilton, Nieman Journalism Lab: “Pushing to kill regulations (and weaken fair use), the newspaper industry is asking Trump for change

April Glaser, Recode: “Net neutrality faces extinction under Trump

A Jacobson, Radio & Television Business Report: “What did the Senate GOP do in refusing Rosenworcel?

Reporter shooting as ISIS

Brandon Morse, TheBlaze: “Exclusive: TheBlaze’s Jason Buttrill shoots at ISIS members and shares footage from the Mosul front

Jeff Schogol, Military Times: “Reporter takes heat for shooting at ISIS

Brian Flood, The Wrap: “TheBlaze suspends reporter who fired gun shots at ISIS

Hadas Gold, POLITICO: “TheBlaze suspends researcher who says he shot at ISIL fighters

Letters about Japanese Internment

Carolina A. Miranda, LA Times: “Our national parks can also be reminders of America’s history of race and civil rights

Letters to the Editor, LA Times: “Were the stories about Japanese internment during World War II unbalanced? Two letter writers think so

Deirdre Edgar, LA Times: “Letters about Japanese internment weren’t civil

Gann Matsuda, Manzanar Committee: “More than a blog post needed from Los Angeles Times regarding publication of unbalanced, inaccurate letters about Japanese American incarceration

Kevin Roderick, LAObserved: “LA Times says pro-internment letters should not have run

Gen Z is camera-ready

Jessica Contrera, Washington Post: “When every moment of childhood can be recorded and shared, what happens to childhood?