With a Donald Trump presidency just around the corner, some of the biggest names in journalism are awakening from their eight-year hibernation and giving each other pep talks as they prepare to do their jobs once again.

New York Times political reporter Nick Confessore, for example, is soliciting input from Trump supporters on what readers would consider to be good accountability journalism under a Trump administration.

Maybe it’s a bit obvious, but wouldn’t good accountability journalism look the same no matter who was in the Oval Office? Then again, it looks like “good” journalism is coming into vogue once more.

Only Trump supporters need reply, thanks; if a New York Times reporter wanted a liberal’s opinion, he could just visit the staff lunch room.

So, any suggestions?

There goes the front page. What else?

Baby steps.