Herald more balanced than I thought?

There have been many times that I nearly cancelled my subscription to The Herald because of what I see as its liberal bias. I get so tired of seeing the continual, almost daily vitriol in the biased “anti-Trump” opinion columns of people like Sid Schwab and Eugene Robinson. And other things. But then, I see the letter on Feb. 12 from reader David Krause declaring that “The Herald clearly has a pro-Trump bias.” Huh?

I actually chuckled out loud. You got to be kidding. Maybe since The Herald is not bashing Trump every day on the front page, it is more balanced than I thought!

Gary Fast


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