Times originally ran a page-one headline reading 'Trump Urges Unity Vs. Racism'
It changed to 'Assailing Hate But Not Guns' after reporters complained
Twitter outrage added pressure to top Times brass; executive editor's defense was that the paper wasn't trying to 'mollify' the president
Trump vented on Twitter that a mob of 'radical left Democrats' had forced the Times to change course
President Donald Trump complained Wednesday after The New York Times changed a positive Page One headline about Monday's speech following a pair of mass-shootings.
The switch was made to accommodate outraged reporters and Twitter pundits who objected to its cast of Trump's speech in a flattering light.