New York Times columnist on Sunday unleashed an epic rant at media outlets who entertain both sides of a political argument even when one side is "completely insane."
Krugman began his tweet storm on Sunday by noting that President Donald Trump is mostly interested in solving problems "that exist only in his warped imagination."
The Pulitzer Prize-winning writer went on to say that journalists treat Trump's talking points as "real" because they are "afraid to say the president is out of touch with reality."
Read Krugman's entire rant below.
It's normal to feel that people you disagree with politically are offering bad solutions to our problems. But Trump… https://t.co/NbgXzEmst9— Paul Krugman (@Paul Krugman) 1528639435.0
These include: - A wave of violent crime by undocumented immigrants - Massive illegal voting by the same - Massive… https://t.co/VAgQSi494H— Paul Krugman (@Paul Krugman) 1528639749.0
Journalists obviously have a hard time coping with all of this. They're afraid to say that the president is complet… https://t.co/ZAoIxBF17k— Paul Krugman (@Paul Krugman) 1528639885.0
This amounts, in practice, to huge pro-Trump bias: you're bothsidesing a debate where one side isn't even wrong, ju… https://t.co/CSlfmVefpE— Paul Krugman (@Paul Krugman) 1528640089.0
There's a test taking place as you read this: Trump defenders are out there claiming that Justin Trudeau, not Trump… https://t.co/WZ7QAfGFIt— Paul Krugman (@Paul Krugman) 1528640334.0