Views Preview: Trump's Supreme Court Nominee, Executive Orders Have Journalists Working Overtime

Jan 31, 2017

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Reporters were working overtime this weekend, covering the fallout from President Trump’s executive order limiting travel from seven countries.

Evan Perez, Pamela Brown & Kevin Liptak, CNN: “Inside the confusion of the Trump executive order and travel ban

Caitlin Dickerson, New York Times: “Anxiety about Muslim refugees is stoked online by the far-right media

David Weigel, Washington Post: “In conservative media, Trump executive orders are a home run

Daniel Kreiss, Medium: “Trump, Breitbart, and the rejection of multicultural democracy

Kyle Harris, Westword: “Protester gather at Denver International Airport to decry Trump’s refugee ban

James Warren, Poynter: “For many journalist’s, Trump’s immigration ban is personal

Julia Ioffe, The Atlantic: “This is what it’s like to come to the United States as a refugee

Hamza Shaban, BuzzFeed: “Amazon and Expedia attack Trump’s immigration order in court

Joe Pompeo, Politico: “Upset in WSJ newsroom over editor’s directive to avoid ‘majority Muslim’ in immigration ban coverage

Shut your mouth and listen?

Michael M. Grynbaum, New York Times: “Trump strategist Steve Bannon says media should ‘keep its mouth shut

Dylan Byers, CNN: “Steve Bannon: Media should ‘keep its mouth shut’

Rebecca Shapiro, Huffington Post: “Jake Tapper’s response to Steve Bannon is a model for journalists everywhere

James Warren, Poynter: “Keep its ‘mouth shut?’ New York Times tweets Trump that he’s got the facts wrong

James Warren, Poynter: “Keep our mouths shut? Fat chance say media leaders

Mollie Hemmingway, The Federalist: “Trump’s aide is right: Media do need to shut up and listen

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Trump aide Steve Bannon pays tribute to New York Times, Washington Post

Justin Baragona, Mediaite: “’Who is Cleaning House?’ Kellyanne Conway wants media outlets to fire people critical of Trump

Paul Fahri, Washington Post: “Trump’s ‘war’ with the media (and the facts) forces journalists to question their role

What about the WHCD?

Dave Itzkoff, New York Times: “Samantha Bee to roast Trump on same night as Correspondents’ Dinner

Joe Otterson, The Wrap: “Samantha Bee to host counter White House Correspondents’ Dinner

Daniel Kreps, Rolling Stone: “Samantha Bee to host ‘alternative’ Correspondents Dinner

Laura Bradley, Vanity Fair: “Samantha Bee will host the Trump roast angry liberals crave

Dystopian classics bestsellers again

Alexandra Alter, New York Times: “Uneasy about the future, readers turn to dystopian classics

Elizabeth Flock, PBS NewsHour: “George Orwell’s ‘1984’ is a best-seller again. Here’s why it resonates now

Lynn Neary, NPR: “’1984 tops Amazon bestseller list after Trump aide’s ‘alternative facts’

Brian Stelter, CNN: “Amazon’s best-seller list takes a dystopian turn in Trump era

Jean Seaton, Tim Crook & DJ Taylor, The Guardian: “Welcome to dystopia – George Orwell experts on Donald Trump

Megyn Kelly shaking up Today?

John Koblin & Michael M. Grynbaum, New York Times: “Megyn Kelly may get NBC morning show, shaking up ‘Today’

Chuck Barney, The Mercury News: “Megyn Kelly’s move to NBC bad news for some network regulars?

Gary Levin, USA Today: “Megyn Kelly’s NBC Show will follow ‘Today’ this fall

George Neumayr, Washington Examiner: “A bad omen for Megyn Kelly and NBC?

Carlos Greer, Page Six: “’Today’ staffers fearful amid Megyn Kelly shakeup

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Oprah joins ’60 Minutes’

Kelsey Sutton, POLITICO: “Oprah Winfrey joins CBS’s ’60 Minutes’

Joe Coscarelli, New York Times: “Oprah coming to ’60 Minutes’ as a special contributor

Remembering Mary Tyler Moore

Kristen Hare, Poynter: “How the Minneapolis Star Tribune covered the death of a plucky community hero

Margaret Sullivan, Washington Post: “For female journalists, Mary Tyler Moore showed us the life we wanted

Jane Pauley, New York Times: “’Making it on my own,” with Mary Tyler Moore as a guide

Bill Carter, CNN: “There was something about Mary: she changed TV forever