Pence denies authoring NYT op-ed, offers to take lie detector test to prove it
2 monthes ago - By RT
US Vice President Mike Pence says he would take a lie detector test “in a heartbeat” to prove that he did not pen the notorious New York Times op-ed that sent Washington, DC into a frenzy.
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WATCH: The Briefing Room: White House responds to Woodward book, NYT anonymous op-ed
2 monthes ago - By ABC News
Trump blasts Bob Woodward's forthcoming book and Sarah Sanders said during a White House press briefing that the DOJ should investigate who penned the anonymous New York Times op-ed.
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The Times Would Have Been Crazy Not to Publish That Op-Ed
2 monthes ago - By Politico
Did the New York Times commit a major journalistic mistake? According to legendary Watergate sleuth Bob Woodward, the publication of an anonymous op-ed by a “senior official in the Trump administration” was an error in judgment. Had the decision to publish the anonymous opinion article come to him, Woodward told CBS News, he “wouldn't have used it. ” Nor is Woodward alone. Baltimore Sun media critic David Zurawik agrees with Woodward. Without the author's identity being made public, Zurawik notes, the “op-ed massively adds to the cesspool of confusion about the most important story in...
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'I suspect it is Pence's chief of staff': Omarosa thinks Nick Ayers wrote the New York Times op-ed trashing Trump
2 monthes ago - By Business Insider
Omarosa Manigault Newman on Monday suggested Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff Nick Ayers is behind the anonymous New York Times op-ed that claims there's a "quiet resistance" in the White House.
Pence has vehemently denied any involvement in the op-ed.
The White House has denounced the op-ed, describing whoever wrote it as a traitor and coward.
Former White House adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman on Monday suggested Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff Nick Ayers is behind the controversial anonymous New York Times op-ed that claims there's a "quiet resistance" in the White...
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