It was the perfect storm of bad reporting, a lack of accountability, and a self-defeating focus on short-term political gains.
It was an ugly year in which journalists failed to hold Trump accountable for his behavior, or even hold Trump to account for his own.
But there’s another side to this story that’s far more interesting.
We don’t need to pretend that we’re the only media outlets in America that report on the world’s conflicts with a bias toward favoriting and sharing news stories that support one side of a political conflict or another.
It’s an important lesson to remember that if we’re not careful, we can end up doing exactly the opposite of our mission.
We’re not trying to help the cause of democracy; we’re doing the opposite.
There are no easy answers when we’re trying to understand how news organizations can be useful to the public, but we’re also not trying not to be biased.
We have to look beyond the short- and medium-term to the longer-term, to understand the impact of news on the lives of those we serve and the people we work with.
That’s where the NYT shines.
Its journalism has always been a tool to make sense of the world, to shed light on the complex issues that affect us all.
It hasn’t always been an outlet that’s done this with the utmost objectivity, but over the years we’ve seen that it’s possible.
The Times has a unique ability to engage with a wide range of audiences that include the general public, politicians, and those who follow political news from a political perspective.
That includes people who aren’t particularly well versed in the issues, or don’t have the background and the resources to understand them.
And it also includes people with a certain kind of perspective and experience.
When it comes to this year’s election, it’s those two groups of people who were most impacted by the NYT reporting.
In this post, I want to share with you how the Times has dealt with this challenge by being a great partner to the American people and a leader in civic engagement.
First, I’ll be discussing the impact the NYT has had on American politics, and then I’ll address the reasons why the NYT is uniquely positioned to continue doing what it does best: helping the public better understand the world around them.
This is the first in a series of posts I’m planning to write that will examine the role that journalism plays in helping Americans understand the political world.
But before we get into that, let’s take a closer look at the NYT and its role in the world.
What’s the NYT doing?
The Times is the most prominent news organization in the United States, and the most influential source of news for Americans.
For decades, the NYT was the only news organization to regularly publish on major topics and provide coverage of them to the general American public.
It has been the backbone of the U.S. media landscape, and it has a long history of publishing, and reporting, important, often important news.
It is the only institution to have a presence in every state in the nation.
The newspaper’s reach is far and away the largest in the country, with a vast network of outlets that span the country and across multiple platforms.
The NYT also owns a large and diverse portfolio of publications in the print, online, and broadcast sectors.
Its coverage spans many different aspects of the news media, and there are a number of ways in which the newspaper and its reporters do their work.
In the case of the 2016 election, the paper’s coverage centered around three key issues: the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia, the Trump administration’s handling of the investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election, and allegations of Russian interference in 2016.
The campaign was a major issue in the election, with allegations that Trump had engaged in a pattern of making false and misleading statements about Russian connections and interference in U.K. elections and his administration’s alleged attempts to collude with Russian officials to influence the election.
The president-elect himself has been a persistent critic of the Times, and his tweets and posts on Twitter have been among the most incendiary.
And while many media outlets have come to rely on their readers for reporting and reporting on important issues, the Times is a leader among news organizations in providing information to the wider public.
The paper also publishes significant amounts of content about major political events that impact Americans.
These events include elections, national security, international diplomacy, foreign policy, and domestic and foreign policy.
In some cases, the events the Times covers are newsworthy in and of themselves.
They have political ramifications that affect the nation and the world in important ways.
But for the most part, the media is a public service, and journalists work to make sure their work is accurately reported and that people understand how important and important a story it is to report.
The Trump administration was the most visible example of the media’s reporting on the Trump transition. The