A recent showing of Christiane Amanpour's PBS TV show showed glaring bias against President Trump. There wasn't even the slightest attempt to conceal it. Amanpour started off the show with a list of people who are critically opposed to Trump's tariff policy. But there are lots of people who agree that we need tariffs and are happy about them. Pat Buchanan, Ralph Gomory (IBM VP), Lou Dobbs, et al. But not a word about them. And if we want to source history for tariff supporters, how about ex-presidents Madison, Lincoln, McKinley, and other such American historical figures as Alexander Hamilton and Henry Clay ? Then a guest was brought on the show >> Larry Summers, globalist extroadinaire, and fierce opponent of the tariffs, who descended into a litany of name-calling and insult exaggeration. Topping it all off, was Summers declaring that Trump's tariff policy would flunk in a basic college economics class. Being a former economics college teacher myself, I can say that much of what Summers said WOULD flunk in that college economics class (ex. the scare talk of price hikes, and advantageous position of US import countries - truth is exactly the opposite). Hoping for a bit of fair/balanced TV, I was waiting to see if another guest was coming on who would speak favorably about the tariffs. Nope. Nobody else appeared. It was just a 20 minute Amanpour/Summers Trump bash, tariff bash. This is horrible, social, propaganda media at its worst.