1. Leading the viewers with terms that themselves are slanted. "immigrants" or "undocumented immigrants" instead of "illegal immigrants." Or referring to a transgender with "she was born a man, but now identifies as a woman" instead of "He he was born a man, but now identifies as a woman."
I use "illegal" myself but "undocumented" is probably more accurate in many cases. Neither one keeps me up at night. Neither does the trans thing but it is confusing. The style books chose to go with the one the person identifies as to avoid insulting the people, which I guess would be the right thing to do. "Negro" is also accurate but, well, you know. I think "gay and lesbian" bugs me more, since it's redundant.
2. Misleading headlines such as "Trump voting commission finds no voter fraud" when, if you read the story (which many don't do), half way down the article, you finally find that the headline is just the opinion of one Democrat from Maine who was on the commission, and his opinion was disputed by the rest of the commission in the second half of the story.
Curious who used that headline, as it's obviously inaccurate without the word "widespread". Bigger story on that one, though, was that they dissolved the commission rather than issuing a report saying they couldn't find any.
3. Reporting only stories that show something that Democrats can twist to look bad for Trump, while ignoring good things that the administration has accomplished, and/or printing only puff pieces about candidates or government officials on the left, while ignoring stories that make them look bad.
Are there any good things that this administration has accomplished that they didn't falsely take credit for or are seen as good things by most Americans? If the majority doesn't see them as good things, they pretty much have a responsibility not to call them that. I'm going to say that ignoring stories that make Democrats look bad is a crock because what I've seen is contrary to that.
4. Quoting Trump as having said something and adding the words "without any proof whatsoever" to the sentence, which they don't add to any other quote by, well anybody. Or do as Shepard Smith, Fox News' resident radical leftist does...report that Trump says something, and add the words "which is patently false." No Shepard, it's patently false IN YOUR OPINION.
If Donald says something "without any proof whatsoever" or "which is patently false" (which he does every time his friggin' lips move), IT'S THEIR JOB TO SAY THAT. It says that right in the Constitution.
Don't look at me, I just work here.