Today, The Sun Chronicle joins more than 350 other newspapers in the United States in taking a stand against the Trump administration's ongoing attacks on the news media. But, he said, the newspaper values independence - a sentiment that was shared by the Los Angeles Times.
President Donald Trump acknowledged the newspapers' plan for the first time Thursday, attacking the publications for "collusion" and posting some inaccurate financial information about the Boston Globe.
The Fayetteville Observer said it hoped Mr Trump would stop, "but we're not holding our breath".
Trump has frequently criticized journalists and described news reports that contradict his opinion or policy positions as fake news.
Sandra Shea, who wrote the editorial for the Philadelphia Inquirer, said that there was never a thought that it would "change the mind of Donald Trump, or change the mind of his supporters".
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In response to The Boston Globe's request, more than 300 news outlets across the US, along with a few worldwide publications, printed editorials promoting the free press with many using the hashtag #EnemyofNone.
The Globe's editorial page proposed last week that newspapers respond in unison to the escalating attacks.
Trump's actions are also encouraging strongmen such as Vladimir Putin of Russian Federation and Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Turkey to treat journalists like enemies, some newspapers said.
"I'm not surprised", said Pritchard about the President's tweets.
"For more than two centuries, this foundational American principle has protected journalists at home and served as a model for free nations overseas".
"I don't think the press can just sit back and take it, they need to make their case when the most powerful man in the world tries to undercut the First Amendment", said Ken Paulson, a former editor-in-chief of USA Today who is dean of communications at Middle Tennessee State University. Trump's insults directed at reporters and news organizations, and his threats to limit press access and freedoms, are front and center at news conferences, at rallies, on Twitter.
In Texas, the Dallas Morning News editorial board wrote: "Trump is, of course, not the first USA president to voice his grievances with the media". "Trump will reap enough fresh material to whale on the media for at least a month".