Ok, that’s what I thought; you can’t cite even one example. In any case, I’m not going on a wild goose chase trying to prove someone else’s incorrect point, something that doesn’t exist. As I’ve said, I’m well familiar with Pilger and have not to this point ever seen even a hint of apology much less fondness for Trump.
I rather disagree. The absence of something does not prove (or even suggest, in my view, given Pilger’s perspective) something else. You are taking vast liberties with language to call it an “apologetics”. Look up the word.
In any case, I completely agreed with PIlger’s assessment in a recent article (http://johnpilger.com/articles/on-the-beach-2017-the-beckoning-of-nuclear-war):
“Trump is mad, a fascist, a dupe of Russia. He is also a gift for “liberal brains pickled in the formaldehyde of identity politics”, wrote Luciana Bohne memorably. The obsession with Trump the man - not Trump as a symptom and caricature of an enduring system - beckons great danger for all of us.”
So perhaps because Pilger writes (as I and many others have) that it’s a mistake to focus merely on “the f’ing fascist” as you put it, or in condemnation of the entire neoliberal establishment which controls both parties, you think he is somehow a Trump lover. Perhaps you ought to think about that some more.