The biggest NYT scandal of our lifetime – far worse than Judith Miller and Jayson Blair. Their reporter knew a year ago, and covered it up for a payday. Blame the paper. It's the publisher's disgraceful policy to allow this perfidy. pic.twitter.com/wYhpsq2py5
— Tom Watson (@tomwatson) September 27, 2022
Haberman knows her behavior is, at best, unethical… but who’s gonna pay her the big advance dollars if she gives up her hard-earned insider info for a reporter’s salary?
… For much of the past decade, reporting on Trump has been my full-time job as a correspondent for The New York Times. To fully reckon with Donald Trump, his presidency, and his political future, people need to know where he comes from. The New York from which Trump emerged was its own morass of corruption and dysfunction, stretching from seats of executive power to portions of the media to the real-estate industry in which his family found its wealth. The world of New York developers was filled with shady figures and rife with backbiting and financial knife fighting; engaging with them was often the cost of doing business. But Trump nevertheless stood out to the journalists covering him as particularly brazen…
trump says a lot of things, most of which are bullshit, but i have to think that this is not something that the subject of reporting should ever say about the reporter covering them https://t.co/LDmPXkXqdM
— GONELIKEHELLMACHINE (@golikehellmachi) September 26, 2022