The Washington Post lost a lot of credibility during the 2016 election cycle by relentlessly attacking Trump and giving Hillary Clinton a much easier time.
They were also quite wrong about their prediction of what the result of the election would be.
In Donald Trump’s speech Tuesday night, Democrats loudly groaned when the president said he was going to stand up for families who were victims of crimes carried out by illegal immigrants.
From Washington Examiner:
A Washington Post editorial accused President Trump on Tuesday of appealing to “to raw prejudice and fear” in his first joint session speech by inviting the families of people “allegedly murdered by illegal immigrants” to attend.
The Post’s use of “allegedly” appears to suggest that there is legal doubt over whether it was illegal immigrants who murdered the victims, although there are few doubts.
Not exactly a classy move from WaPo.