Donald Trump has a love-hate relationship with the media. Reporters don't trust him. How is this going to work?
President-elect Trump said on Tuesday that if Arthur Sulzberger Jr, the publisher of the New York Times, thinks he's wrong on something then there's an easy fix: Sulzberger should just give him a call.
Trump made his suggestion during a meeting at the Times that he'd arranged, then cancelled, then put back on the calendar.
He seemed mercurial, and many saw his advice as impractical. Given that Trump, said New York University's Jay Rosen, "gets so many things wrong", it'd be hard for Sulzberger to know when to call.
Trump's offer revealed his managerial style: he likes to make deals - and seems eager to please.
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