The New York Times' Russ Buettner and Maggie Haberman paint an unflattering portrait of Trump, but the story appears under an aggrandizing headline, and with a photo Trump himself might have chosen.
"There is a number of issues that I think this White House just doesn't understand what's coming," said Times reporter Maggie Haberman.
The NYT's Maggie Haberman talks to CNN New Day hosts about former Trump supporters now saying they regret working for Trump and that it was a mistake, and many conservatives telling her they're "disgusted" by what they've learned from the Cohen plea deal.
Risk their jobs or risk the safety and stability of the country. Which choice do you think they'll make?
Maggie Haberman says Trump is not prepared for the reality of a Democratic House.
Mueller gave up very little in return for the cooperation and in exchange, he will get an inside view, Jeffrey Toobin said.
On Brian Stelter's show, Haberman is completely irritated and bored with the notion that anyone might question the veracity of Trump's statements.
New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman tells CNN's Brian Stelter that people shouldn't always look for underlying motives for Trump's actions, giving cover for the constant barrage of lies the public has been subjected to since he took office.
At an NYT event at UCLA, Luskin School Dean Gary Segura blasted New York Times' election coverage.
Access is the name of the game, my friends.
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