The Republican-American newspaper had particularly interesting phrasing for national consumer advocate and one-time Presidential candidate Ralph Nader in a headline about Nader’s new book about President Trump, co-authored with Mark Green, titled “Fake President: Decoding Trump’s Gaslighting, Corruption, and General Bullsh*t.”
“WINSTED: Town gadfly is ‘decoding’ what he calls ‘fake prez’.”
The headline, published January 6, drew some criticism on Twitter.
Former VP of News and Digital at Hearst CT Matt DeRienzo posted a picture of the headline and article.
Colin McEnroe subsequently retweeted DeRienzo adding that the newspaper “should apologize.”