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‘Impartial’ BBC Uses ‘Nixon Impeachment’ Dog-Whistle After Trump Fires FBI Director


The BBC, Britain’s public-funded “impartial” broadcaster, has labelled U.S. President Donald Trump’s dismissal of FBI Director James Comey as “highly suspicious”, running several articles and bulletins drawing comparisons with the Watergate scandal which brought down President Richard Nixon in 1974.

In an article on the BBC News website, titled “Did President Trump fire James Comey as part of a cover-up?”, the corporation’s senior North America reporter Anthony Zurcher speculates that “the abruptness and timing of Mr Comey’s dismissal, to put it mildly, is highly suspicious”.

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