Axios reports: "President Biden is considering naming two Kennedys to represent him abroad: Caroline Kennedy is in line to be U.S. ambassador to Australia, and Vicki Kennedy is on his radar for Western Europe, people familiar with the matter tell Axios. Why it matters: With JFK's daughter and the widow of Sen. Ted Kennedy, Biden would be reaching outside of his pool of core campaign donors."
Actually, Federal Election Commission records show Victoria Kennedy donated $2,800 to Biden for President on May 31, 2019. Caroline Kennedy gave two separate contributions to Biden for President on March 29, 2020, one for $2,800 for the primary and one for $2,100 for the general election; she also gave $2,500 to the Biden Victory Fund on September 7, 2020, and $1,050 to Biden for President on December 6, 2019. Edwin Schlossberg, Caroline Kennedy's husband, has donated at least another $14,050 to Biden for President and at least $32,200 over the past three years to the Democratic National Committee.
I have no opinion on the merits of these ambassadorial appointments. But for Axios to spin them as a sign that Biden is "reaching outside his pool of core campaign donors," while failing to tell readers that these potential nominees and Mr. Schlossberg have together donated substantial sums to Biden's campaign, seems a pretty good example to illuminate why people don't trust journalism.