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During the invisible primary, the press gave him what every candidate seeks — reams of coverage. Although news coverage of his position included criticisms, it was accompanied by statements of solidarity from Republicans and was framed as the issue that was propelling him upward in the polls.
The network responded in a statement: "Apparently this is how they retaliate when you report facts they don't like. And if the frontrunner loses support in the polls—a virtual certainty given the artificial boost that comes from high name recognition in the earliest polls—the narrative tilts negative.
TV programs and in 8 opinion-leading print media. The reform grew out of the bitter Democratic nominating race, which was fought against the backdrop of the Vietnam War. He has a large and active small-donor fundraising base. The first episode was criticized by Indian Americans and American Hindus after presenter Reza Aslan ate human brains with members of the fringe Aghori sect of Hinduism.
She was later laid-off. Based on 45, news reports during the period January 1-December 31, Of all the indicators of success in the invisible primary, media exposure is arguably the most important. The program formerly included a reflective essay on a regular basis, but these have been curtailed in recent years; since Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill became anchors of the program, these essays have mainly aired as part of the end-of-show segment "Brief, but Spectacular".
The better indicator of who will win the nomination is how well the candidates position themselves in the year leading up to the Iowa caucus. Media exposure is essential if a candidate is to rise in the polls.