Being a Journalist is a job with risks.
You knock on a door and you never know what will happen when the person inside answers?
You cover a protest and you are not sure if you will become a target.
But now, thanks to Donald Trump continuing to call the media “the enemy of the people,” for the first time ever the United States has been added to list of most dangerous countries for Journalists.
How sad is that?
According to the group Reporters Without Borders, 63 Journalists were killed across the world in 2018, which is an increase of 15%.
The world's five deadliest countries for journalists include three — India, Mexico and, for the first time, the United States — where journalists were killed in cold blood, even though those countries weren't at war or in conflict, the group said.
"The hatred of journalists that is voiced ... by unscrupulous politicians, religious leaders and businessmen has tragic consequences on the ground, and has been reflected in this disturbing increase in violations against journalists," Secretary-General Christophe Deloire said in a statement.
No one has talked about their hate for the media more than Donald Trump.