OH PLEASE! WaPo Editor Claims They Would Have Covered Hillary Presidency Same As Trump’s (VIDEO)

This is so… LAUGHABLE!

The Washington Post is part of the liberal media army that has been attacking Trump on a daily basis since he was sworn in as president. But their editor would like you to believe that they would have been just as tough on Hillary Clinton if she had won the election.

The Washington Examiner reported:

WaPo editor: Would have covered Clinton the ‘same’ way as Trump

The editor of the Washington Post, which staffed up its White House team to cover the new administration, said the paper would have covered a Hillary Rodham Clinton presidency with the same intensity as it has President Trump.

Cheered by journalists at a media roundtable in California late Tuesday, Marty Baron also said that despite some criticism, the Post is doing its job, not acting as the opposition.

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“I just look at it as a new administration that we should be covering as aggressively, as energetically as possible. If Hillary Clinton were in the White House, we would be doing the very same thing,” he said at the Code Media conference.

Just watch the first two and a half minutes of this video to hear him say it:

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Does this fool actually think ANYONE believes this?

If Hillary had won, we would have seen a replay of the Obama years.

No tough questions and attacks from the media on anyone who challenged the president.


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