How did the Don Trump Jr. Email Scandal got covered?

After a rainfall of information, how was the news coverage?

Edited picture: Donald Trump, Jr. speaking with supporters of his father, Donald Trump, at a campaign rally at the Sun Devil Fitness Center at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. (Picture by Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia CC BY-SA 2.0)

June 11, 2017 was a hot day for news media. We already know some news sites prefer an agenda over the other. On this post I just want to shine a light on the different ways a topic as hot as an email scandal focused on Donald Trump Jr. got handled.

Donald Trump Jr. published the whole email chain on his twitter account (you can look here and here) so by now, social media users are able to see and read the emails.

The Coverage

New York Times

Starting with the New York Times I believe it is rather focused on the facts. When Donald Trump Jr. got some emails that offered possible information against Clinton, he said ‘I Love it.’

New York Times.

Breitbart

A targeted attack was issued by the news site Breitbart. They focused more on the NYT coverage than on the news.

Breitbart News.

Vox

Vox published the following headers and articles. They give more insights on the issues at hand.

Vox News.
Fox News.
Fox News.
NY Post.
NY Post opinion by Post Editorial Board and another one by Michael Goodwin column.
Slate.
ThinkProgress.
The New Yorker.
The Guardian/ Al Jazeera/ BBC.

So, who wore it better? Of course the rest of the articles give much more information in almost every case of the scandal. Let me know what you think about this collection of headers and articles. Was there anyway around the news? Was this story twisted? Is there a news site I am missing?