salyavin wrote: ↑
Tue Aug 04, 2020 8:52 pm
As per the article it was a warehouse fire and yes ammonium nitrate. I know reading articles is hard. And yes one quotes the moron in charge sadly as that is considered newsworthly like he knows anything. Anyway that was just the first source I looked at yours is fine too.
Trump isn't newsworthy. Unless he resigns.
WSJ isn't respectable, and is behind a paywall. I'd have to pay to find out what they said, beyond quoting Trump. I'm not paying for poor quality. That is why I read articles from respectable sources. Some of which I do pay for, and usually don't post links to. The BBC is both world class and open to read.
I used to have a subscription to the WSJ. They used to have world class news, decades ago.