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Donald Trump is the first president in history to be impeached twice, this second time for allegedly inciting insurrection after his supporters stormed the Capitol Building during the 2021 United States Electoral College count, and one of his last acts in office was to pardon his former chief strategist Steve Bannon.

As Joe Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday marked the end of Trump’s four-year presidential term, we invite you to check out these documentaries that examine the impact that the Trump administration has left on America and the rest of the world.


The Fourth Estate

259 min • Politics & World Affairs, Society • 2018 *Southeast Asia only

#Journalism #FreePress #News

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Granted unprecedented access to the editors and reporters on the front lines , Emmy- winning and Oscar -nominated filmmaker Liz Garbus’ The Fourth Estate follows the inner workings of The New York Times, revealing the challenges, triumphs and pitfalls of covering a President who has declared war on …

In The Fourth Estate, Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Liz Garbus is granted unprecedented access to the editors and reporters on the front lines for this 4-part series.

The series follows the inner workings of The New York Times during the Trump era, revealing the challenges, triumphs and pitfalls of covering a President who has declared war on the free press.

The Weekly: The Gallagher Effect - by the New York Times

30 min • Politics & World Affairs • 2019 *Southeast Asia only

#USNavy #Military #WarCrimes

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THE WEEKLY has obtained hours of exclusive videos, including confidential law enforcement interviews with Eddie Gallagher’s fellow Navy SEALs, that shed new light on the war-crimes case that has created an extraordinary clash between the Navy and President Trump. (Episode 25 of 30)

Eddie Gallagher was considered part of the U.S. Navy’s elite commando force, but when his own men said he committed war crimes, it sent shockwaves up the chain of command.

The public debate on Fox News and Twitter has widened the rift between then-President Trump and some top military leaders, but what exactly happened in Iraq in 2017, and why did the case resonate with Trump and his political base?

The Weekly: Baby Constantin - by the New York Times

26 min • Politics & World Affairs, Society • 2019 *Southeast Asia only

#Immigration #Families #Deportation

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The separation of children from their families at the border remains among the most controversial practices of the Trump administration. THE WEEKLY uncovers the untold story of Baby Constantin, who spent most of his first 10 months of life separated from his parents by the American government.

In Baby Constantin, The Weekly travels to Eastern Europe to tell the story of an infant who has spent the majority of his life away from his mother and father as a result of America’s immigration politics.

Baby Constantin is the youngest child to be separated from his parents by the Trump administration, under a controversial policy that started before the government ever acknowledged it.

The Weekly: Mr. McGahn - by the New York Times

27 min • Politics & World Affairs, Crime • 2019 *Southeast Asia only

#WhiteHouse #Politics #Justice

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Most Americans don’t know Donald McGahn’s name. But they will be living with his legacy for decades to come. THE WEEKLY tells the story of one of the most influential people in the Trump administration.

Don McGahn accepted the position of White House Counsel under one condition: that he be allowed to lead Trump’s judicial appointments.

McGahn played a key role in talking Trump out of several decisions that he felt might put him at risk of obstructing justice.

The Weekly looks back on Don McGahn’s tenure and how his relationship with the then-President changed the course of history.

Fourth Estate

Film Review: ‘The Fourth Estate’
The opening or closing night of a film festival can make a statement — about where that festival, or the larger world of film, is headed. Tonight, the Tribeca Film Festival made a striking statement by presenting Liz Garbus’ “The Fourth Estate” as its closing-night selection. Garbus is a renowned do…
The Fourth Estate review – revealing doc tracks an exhausting year of Trump
In a sharp documentary series premiering at Tribeca film festival, the team at the New York Times are faced with the task of keeping up with an unstoppable news cycle
‘The Fourth Estate’ Review: New York Times Docuseries Is a Compelling Rebuttal of Fake News, If Incomplete Overall
Chronicling the paper of record’s first year covering President Trump, Liz Garbus’ four-part series puts you in the moment with little additional perspective.
Review: If You Love The New York Times, You’ll Love The Fourth Estate
A lopsided new docuseries offers a limited but thrilling window into the paper of record.

The Weekly

TV Review: The New York Times’ ‘The Weekly’
It’s a tough time for the news business, with local publications having endured, or not, the collapse of the print-ad industry. The few truly national dailies, only slightly less beholden to changes in the wind, have had to adjust as well — seeking, in the short term, avenues towards financial stabi…
‘The Weekly’ Review
FX’s docuseries uncovers The New York Times’ biggest stories from the perspective of its investigative reporters.


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