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Poynter Fellowship in Journalism
All events are free and open to the public.
Donald Trump has been the subject of serious print coverage for a little over a year and a half. In that time there’s been some great journalism, some dodgy calls and plenty of head-scratching over which is which. As part of the AP team responsible for vetting candidate Trump, Jeff Horwitz talks about that coverage and the challenges of investigating the Trump administration.
This event is co-sponsored by the Office of LGBTQ Resources, Wallace-Sexton Fund for LGBTQ Studies, Intercultural Affairs Council and the Women’s Center.
Co-sponsored by the Transitions Clinic at the Yale School of Medicine, the Yale Law School Liman Public Interest Program and the Yale Undergraduate Prison Project