Experts say the choice of NewsNation as host for the latest Republican debate signals a fractured US media landscape.
Thomas O Falk
Thomas O. Falk is a political journalist. He has written for Foreign Policy, The Diplomat, The Spectator, Haaretz and South China Morning Post.
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