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Mark: I'm disappointed in the quality of this reporting. When I was in journalism school, objectivity was the watchword of journalism. Clearly, that is true no longer. Words like 'swagger,' for example, used here to describe the Trump campaign, have no place in reporting: it's an opinion, an interpretation - not fact. Saying that Trump picked a fight with the Muslim army captain's dad doesn't really describe what he did or said. Trump also made an observation about, rather than criticized, the captain's mom. Let's be fair. Trust me, I won't be voting for Mr. Trump this November. I am certainly no fan. I was really kind of hoping he had something spectacularly Trump-esque that would work against him. But he didn't - at least not that I could tell from the quote provided. I think a return to more objective, less sensational reporting is something that would benefit us all. Let Trump hang himself on his own words. We don't need reporters priming the pump of uncivil dialog by making their own opinions "news."