President Trump managed to control the media narrative across his four years in office in a way most presidents often can't. His status as one of the most polarizing political figures in modern history forced millions of people to key in to the news and politics in a way that many hadn't done before 2016. Cable news viewership was up across all the major networks and subscriptions to national newspapers soared. So what will the after-effects of that kind of president-media relationship be? Aidan McLaughlin, editor-in-chief at Mediaite, joins Cheddar to discuss.