The Dallas Morning News recently endorsed Hillary Clinton, a move which was unusual as the paper normally endorses the Republican candidate. Their readers have reacted by cancelling their subscriptions.
The Washington Examiner reports:
Dallas newspaper editor: ‘We’ve paid a price’ for endorsing Clinton
The Dallas Morning News has experienced a noticeable decline in subscriptions following its endorsement of Hillary Clinton.
“[S]ome people have cancelled their subscriptions, so we lost some customers at a time when it’s tough to lose customers,” editor Mike Wilson told the Washington Examiner Tuesday evening.
Earlier, in an interview with Poynter, Wilson said the Dallas Morning News experienced some unpleasant pushback after it announced its support for Clinton, breaking its more than 75-year-old tradition of endorsing GOP candidates for president.
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