Of course, the Times was massively wrong and businessman Trump is now “President-elect Trump.” “Had the paper actually been fair to both candidates, it wouldn’t need to rededicate itself to honest reporting,” Goodwin wrote.
New York Times publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. vowed to “rededicate” his newspaper to “report America and the world honestly” after the paper was completely wrong with their election predictions — when they said Democrat Hillary Clinton would win in a landslide over businessman Donald Trump.
Of course, the Times was massively wrong and businessman Trump is now “President-elect Trump.”
In a letter written to the Times’ readership, Sulzberger thanked readers for their loyalty to the Times while reflecting how his newsroom could have made such horrible predictions.
In addition, Sulzberger address claims that the Times had become a highly-partisan newspaper during the election, favoring Clinton.
New York Post columnist Michael Goodwin, a former…