During the summer of 2016, while covering the Donald Trump presidential campaign for the newspaper owned by Trump’s son in law, reporter Ross Barkan took a stand. He saw a conflict of interest, called it out, and risked his own career to do what he believed was right. Ross tells his true tale on this edition of the Mean, and also analyzes the challenges ahead both for the President-Elect and the Democratic Party.
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