By Jack Limpert
The day after the election, Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan said that the media missed the Trump story because:
Journalists—college-educated, urban and, for the most part, liberal—are more likely than ever before to live and work in New York City and Washington, D.C., or on the West Coast. And although we touched down in the big red states for a few days, or interviewed some coal miners or unemployed autoworkers in the Rust Belt, we didn’t take them seriously. Or not seriously enough.
Three weeks later Sullivan added: