The Washington Post's profile of Maggie Haberman misses the mark in one important way
Rather than brushing of criticism of Haberman as being the result of ill-informed readers, the Post could have more directly engaged on the issue.
On July 27, Washington Post feature writer Sarah Ellison e-mailed me. She was working on a profile of New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman, and was reaching out to ask if I’d be available to chat about Haberman’s Trump-era reporting, its limitations, and what its legacy may be.
I offered to chat via phone or by e-mail. She replied with a few questions:
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