Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs on Monday night theorized that the New York Times, Buzzfeed News, and the Republican Party worked together to use a report of Donald Trump's off-the-record meeting with the New York Times to hurt the Republican frontrunner at the polls on Super Tuesday.
"The effort required the alignment of quite a string of institutions and folks. It involved the alignment of The New York Times, Buzzfeed.com, Trump's two principle rivals Cruz and Rubio," Dobbs said on his show, referring to a Buzzfeed report that the New York Times has a recording of Trump indicating that his views on immigration could be flexible.
"Now, we don't know whether Trump knew there was a recording. We don't really know for sure that they have a recording. But Buzzfeed says so," Dobbs continued.
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