If Trump tries to move on to someone else to duck the question, the next person should take up the same line of questioning.
And that’s not the only recommendation Winslow has for the media:
Dear White House Press Correspondents, (@whca)— Don Winslow (@donwinslow) August 10, 2020
Thank you for the very difficult job you do every day.
I understand Trump is having another press conference today.
Here's my new short video to prepare. #InterruptTrump#InterruptTrumppic.twitter.com/EZbvSqiYi1
On Monday, Winslow called out reporters for not responding during a news conference when Trump accused “the Obama campaign” of “probably treason”:
What did Donald Trump learn today during his WH press conference?— Don Winslow (@donwinslow) August 11, 2020
He learned that he can DEGRADE and LIE about America's first Black President **AND** accuse him of TREASON and the White House Press Corps will NOT challenge him AT ALL or ask him for ANY EVIDENCE.
It's horrific. https://t.co/Xsn7Xc0ib8
Winslow is a former private investigator-turned-crime novelist. His books often cross over into current events, including last year’s The Border, the final chapter in a trilogy centered on the war on drugs. After the book’s release, Winslow challenged Trump to a debate on a border wall.
The president did not respond.
Winslow has since turned his talents from the page to the screen with a series of videos attacking Trump ahead of the election.