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When former United States president Donal Trump posted news of his imminent indictment, it set off a wave of headlines. News coverage in the US was divided along standard partisan lines, and all of them were fodder for Trump’s 2024 campaign machine.

Contributors:Ankush Khardori – Former federal prosecutor; contributing editor, New York MagazineJon Allsop – JournalistJohn Nichols – Co-Author, The Death and Life of American Journalism; national affairs correspondent, The NationJennifer Stromer-Galley – Professor of Information Studies, Syracuse University

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