"Ennemie du peuple": vilipendée par Trump, la presse contre-attaque

15 Août, 2018, 19:25 | Auteur: Anatole Charbonneau
  • Donald Trump à Helsinki le 16 juillet 2018

C'est une première depuis l'élection de Donald Trump en 2016. Comme le rapporte le Guardian, repéré par le site de BFMTV, une centaine de journaux se mobiliseront jeudi afin de protester contre les attaques incessantes du président américain envers les médias.

Le Boston Globe a proposé aux autres quotidiens du pays de publier dans leur édition de jeudi un éditorial sur les "dangers résultant des attaques de cette administration contre la presse ".

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