Mar-A-Lago research could permanently change how the media covers political scandals
The FBI’s search for Mar-a-Lago last week could potentially change how the media covers scandals, if a former FBI agent is successful.
Former FBI agent and CNN legal analyst Asha Rangappa cheekily suggested on Monday that the scandal was big enough to affect how the media views scandals moving forward.
Rangappa suggested it might be time for journalists to replace “-gate” with “-a-Lago”.
Although America was as polarized as ever, many Twitter users felt Rangappa was onto something.
Some people even offered suggestions for how “-a-Lago” might be used on current scandals.
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