Placing opinion headline on Page 1 showed bias
Your headline on page one Jan. 18 was a perfect example of biased journalism and a glowing example of why so much of the public is losing faith in the media. It justifies the term fake news.
The headline "Trump builds made-for-TV legal team" is an opinion, not front-page factual, objective news. An accurate headline might have been, "Trump adds noted Harvard constitutional scholar."
Only news headlines should be allowed on the front page. This is part of a constant trend in The Day, which makes it difficult to treat any sections other than Sports or Entertainment seriously.
Keep editorializing off page one and run it where it belongs, the Opinion page.
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