Freedom of the press is defined as a right guaranteed in the United States by the first amendment for journalists to print whatever they want without government control.
The right of a journalist to write an article critical of the President is an example of freedom of the press.
freedom of the press
the right to publish newspapers, magazines, books, etc. without government interference or prior censorship
freedom of the press - Legal Definition
The right, guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution to publish and distribute information in books, magazines, and newspapers without government intervention.