Media grapples with how to cover Trump after White House
“It's virtually impossible to stop talking about Trump,” said Kelly McBride, National Public Radio public editor. Trump's impeachment trial begins next week. Headlines in the opinion section on The Washington Post's website mentioned “Trump” or Trumpism" 14 times over the weekend, compared with 11 for Biden. The social media analytics company NewsWhip said stories about Biden have been interacted with 250 million times since Jan. 20, compared with 192 million for Trump. After impeachment is over, the bulk of the AP's Trump coverage will likely be handled by people covering the Republican Party.