It's unreasonable to believe that biases don't exist - we all have them. And as much as we try to keep our biases out of our professional lives, there's always a chance they'll slip through. That doesn't mean you settle for that; it means you hold your beliefs to the fire, challenge them, and still see if they hold weight.
Now, some people don't change their minds about anything. They just stick to their opinions, and are more than content to sit back at a distance and pick apart the comments of others to make themselves feel morally and intellectually superior. And that's their prerogative.
But there are some things that are just fundamentally wrong, no matter what your bias is. You can call a duck-billed platypus a duck rat all day but that doesn't change the fact it's a duck-billed platypus.
Something that Trump's deputy assistant doesn't want to admit in this brutal interview with journalist George Stephanopoulos.
All the liberal or conservative bias in the world doesn't change the fact that she's, time and again, saying things that are blatantly untrue on the air while just constantly deflecting valid points.
People were applauding his hard-lined stance and real-time correcting of Huckabee.
Others pointed out how she was reusing analogies across multiple networks.
Others were just baffled by her appearance.
And it's only March of Trump's first year.
Donald John Trump is the 45th and current President of the United States. Before taking office on January 20, 2017, having beat opponent Hillary Clinton in the electoral college but not the popular vote, Trump was a real estate mogul, and a former reality TV star.
Born in Queens, New York, in 1971 Trump became involved in large, profitable building projects in Manhattan, under the guidance of his father, real estate developer Fred Trump.
In 1980, Donald Trump opened the Grand Hyatt New York, making him the city's best-known developer.
In 2004, Trump began starring in The Apprentice, a hit NBC reality series, and later in a spin-off series, The Celebrity Apprentice.
In 2015, Trump announced his candidacy for president of the United States running as a Republican. Trump win a majority of the primaries and caucuses, becoming the official Republican candidate for president on July 19, 2016. That same November, Trump was elected the 45th President of the United States, after defeating Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
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