Jake Tapper, of CNN's State of the Union, speaks to a crowd at the Harvard Institute of Politics Forum.

Jake Tapper, of CNN's State of the Union, speaks to a crowd at the Harvard Institute of Politics Forum.

In 1973, CBS reporter Daniel Schorr read a freshly obtained copy of President Richard Nixon’s “enemies list” on air, and found his own name on it.

Now, reporters don’t have to dig at all to know what the president thinks of them.

CNN host and chief Washignton correspondent Jake Tapper hasn’t been shy about firing back.

But there’s no shortage of criticism of CNN’s near-constant coverage of the president. So how does Tapper balance being in the middle, with the president saying his work is fake, others saying it’s excessive and millions relying on it every day?

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  • Jake Tapper Anchor and chief Washington correspondent, CNN

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