The mainstream media has an uphill battle in their war against Donald Trump, who has the support of a majority of the American people.
But, Todd notes, that’s not what they’re going to do.
“That’s not going to happen.
The mainstream press is not going out of its way to go after you.
The media has the right to do that, but it is not a part of the normal journalistic process.
You don’t take the mainstream press out of the game.”
The president is not the only president to have the support from the press.
Democratic President Barack Obama is not only a major player in the media, but he is the president who has had the most successful campaign in the country.
Todd points out that Trump has a number of issues with the media that will likely hurt him in 2020.
“The mainstream media is going to be a part [of the] conversation.
You’re going get questions from reporters and they’re not going away,” Todd said.
“I don’t think there’s going to ever be an adversarial relationship between the mainstream media and Trump.
That’s the deal we made when we started this show.”
Todd went on to explain how the media’s tactics and tactics have changed since the 1990s, when the mainstream had a much more adversarial stance towards the Democratic Party.
He says it has also changed with Trump’s rise in the polls.
“When I was a young reporter for the Washington Post, we had a lot of adversarial reporters.
You had a number that were very hostile and I think we did a lot worse than we did in the ’90s.
And the same thing has happened with Trump.
And that’s why we’re going back to the adversarial model,” Todd explained.”
It’s not an adversitious relationship,” Todd continued.
“You have to have a clear idea of what the other side is up to.
There are no adversarial relationships.
If the president is going after you, you can get him to defend himself, but you have to be able to prove it.”
The Washington Post’s editorial board recently declared that the Trump administration is out of touch with the American public.
Trump, the editorial board wrote, “has shown himself to be dangerously out of step with the concerns of millions of Americans and the public interest in his first 100 days.
The administration’s actions have made it difficult to hold him accountable, and the country has become more and more divided.”
As Todd explained, there are a number ways to win back the trust of the public, and he’s not one of them.
He also pointed out that the media is working hard to undermine Trump’s ability to win the presidency.
“They’re trying to paint him as a clown and a joke,” Todd noted.
“It’s a strategy that is going back and forth with the press that we haven’t seen in a long time.
There’s a lot at stake.
You can’t let this guy get away with it.”