Massachusetts newspapers and websites have been the most critical of President Donald Trump’s presidency.
The Herald-Tribune and the Boston Globe each have a front page featuring a portrait of Trump, the paper’s editorial board has said.
The Boston Globe also has a front cover featuring Trump, and both the Herald-Times and The Providence Journal have Trump headlines on their front pages.
The Globe and the Herald Tribune have had the most negative headlines about Trump, according to data compiled by the Associated Press and USA Today.
The AP analyzed the most recent quarter-hour period for the top three newspapers and the top six websites on their websites.
The most critical news stories are on the Herald and the Globe, the AP said.
Boston Globe Editor-in-Chief John Glynn called Trump’s election “the most divisive and unpopular presidency in American history.”
The Herald Tribune, which has more than 3 million subscribers, is “very close to being in the top five or six newspapers for the first time,” Glynn said.
In the first six months of the year, the Herald had a front-page picture of Trump in its front page headline and two headlines in its editorial page.
The newspaper also featured Trump in a photo on its front cover.
Glynn added the newspaper had also written about Trump’s alleged ties to Russia.
Trump has called the Herald, which is owned by a German-American billionaire, “fake news.”
The newspaper has also criticized the way the Herald has covered the FBI probe of the president’s former national security adviser, Michael Flynn.
The FBI has said Flynn lied to Vice President Mike Pence about his contacts with Russian officials.
The investigation into Flynn’s alleged contacts has been a major theme of the 2018 election campaign.
The Trump administration has tried to distance itself from the newspaper, which Trump said was not a legitimate news organization.
The two sides have also sparred over a federal judge’s order to unseal Flynn’s bank records.
The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to hear arguments over the order in the coming weeks.