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Senility, the Press, and a Tale of Two Presidents

Reagan: “There seemed to be a hostility,” he said in 1991 after Larry King suggested a

warm relationship between the former president and the press. “I felt, and I think properly, that in every press conference there was an adversarial relationship.” But even within journalism, a profession in which Democrats outnumber Republicans by 10-to-1, limits to one-sided credulity exist. Suddenly pointed questions at Karine Jean-Pierre’s press conferences this past week indicate many no longer go along with the 81-going-on-18 charade.

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