These days, it's often difficult to tell what's supposed to be real news and what's simply clickbait and/or aggregation.
That's the case this week with a quasi-news story from The Washington Post that makes no attempt to hide its tabloid-esque approach.
I'm talking about a piece that ran with this not-so-subtle cry for page views:
Watch a pastor light into President Trump — with Vice President Pence sitting in the front pew
By the way, I realize this is the second GetReligion post today related to Mike Pence. If you missed the first one (written by Godbeat legend Richard Ostling and focused on media coverage of the VP's faith), it's insightful and definitely worth your time.
But back to my musings: My frustration lies with the fact that the Post goes for the easy clickbait but fails to answer a basic question. More on that in a moment.
First, though, the Post's lede (which provides a few details before the paper goes into aggregation mode):