NYT editorial board calls Trump 'greatest threat to American democracy since World War II'
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A series of essays by the New York Times has pegged President Trump the "greatest threat to American democracy since World War II."
The New York Times editorial board has called President Trump the "greatest threat to American democracy since World War II." In an editorial and a series of essays published in the Sunday Review, the newspaper urges Americans to channel their "sense of outrage" at the ballot box and vote Trump out. "The enormity and variety of Mr. Trump's misdeeds can feel overwhelming. Repetition has dulled the sense of outrage, and the accumulation of new outrages leaves little time to dwell on the particulars. This is the moment when Americans must recover that sense of outrage," the editorial board says. BIDEN LASHES OUT AT CBS REPORTER WHEN ASKED ABOUT NY POST REPORT The paper's impassioned case against Trump is sure to add fuel to an ongoing debate about perceived mainstream media bias against the Republican president. The White House did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment. This week, Trump lambasted Twitter for stopping users from circulating an article about Democratic opponent Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden. The article from the New…