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PARTISAN IDENTITY IS THE MOST IMPORTANT: A SPEECH FROM NPR'S MARA LIASSON

Ambriah Underwood | Her Campus at the University of Maryland 

"Chaos, polarization and resistance were focus points of an NPR journalist’s speech Wednesday at the University of Maryland, where she discussed the status of journalism under president Donald Trump’s administration.

"Mara Liasson, a national political correspondent with over 30 years of reporting experience, presented 'The Political Landscape: Dealing with Hate and Bias in Washington.'

"She said drama-filled, politically-based TV shows like 'House of Cards' and 'The West Wing' remind her of current coverage of the president.

“'The Trump show is now in its second season,' Liasson said."

Date of Publication: 
4/21/18