Kurt Bardella

political commentator

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Kurt Bardella is a political commentator and former spokesperson for Breitbart News and Republican members of the House and Senate.

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Americans' trust in the media had declined before the 2016 election but with Trump's attack on the free press and claims of "fake news" the assault on the press has intensified.

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Americans' trust in the media had declined before the 2016 election but with Trump's attack on the free press and claims of "fake news" the assault on the press has intensified.

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