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Pulitzer Board Rejects Trump’s Demand To Yank Prizes From Post And NYT
WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 09: The Justice Department building on a foggy morning on December 9, 2019 in Washington, DC. It is expected that the Justice Department Inspector General will release his report on the investigation into the Justice and FBI’s conduct during the FISA warrant process as it relates to the 2016 election today.(Photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images) Trump DOJ Secretly Seized Post Reporters’ Phone Records
What A Mess: Outlets Walk Back Reports About FBI Warning Giuliani On Russia Disinfo
Judge Accuses NYT And WaPo Of Being ‘Democratic Party Broadsheets’ In Bonkers Anti-1A Argument
Where Things Stand: We Should’ve Known A While Ago That Kavanaugh Can’t Be Trusted Prime Badge
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Back in the days of now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s contentious Senate confirmation, the Washington Post killed a story that could’ve exposed a striking example of Kavanaugh’s public disingenuousness.

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Where Things Stand: More Reports That Trump Was Warned

There have been dozens of news reports in recent weeks suggesting President Trump was warned about the dire circumstances surrounding the coronavirus pandemic around the same time that he was downplaying the spread publicly.

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Trump All Of A Sudden Loves Washington Post After Acquittal Headline
WaPo Guild Urges Paper To Lift Suspension Of Journo Who Tweeted Kobe Bryant Rape Case
Washington Post Fires Back At Trump’s ‘Repugnant’ Attacks On Its Reporters
Trump Told Mattis To ‘Screw Amazon’ In Its Bid For $10 Billion Pentagon Contract
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