Don’t get caught up in hype | Letter

Newspapers love a crisis. Reporting a crisis sells papers. All of the media does it, including the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Seattle Times and even the Federal Way Mirror.

Along comes a guy by the name of Donald Trump. He is like pennies from heaven. He provides a new crisis almost every day. Newspapers love it, but I think it would be wise not to get caught up in all this hype. We should remember that there most likely are two sides to every story.

Leo Thoennes, Federal Way

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