Ms. McCammond’s relationship with a former Biden press aide, T.J. Ducklo, recently made news after he threatened a reporter and was forced to resign.
T.J. Ducklo said he would “destroy” a Politico journalist who asked about his romantic relationship with a reporter who covered President Biden.
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President Trump will try to put the media on the ballot, and reporters face the increasing temptation to posture for those most eager to oust him.
Jonathan Swan confronted Donald Trump with unwelcome facts and revealed what he is willing to acknowledge as true.
The president’s assertion undercuts diplomats who have said withdrawals will depend on the Taliban’s commitment to its peace deal with the United States.
President Trump was asked by an interviewer to reflect on the late congressman’s contributions to the civil rights movement. He talked up his own record instead.
Anger at lockdowns and mask mandates provides fertile ground for arguments about the best way to fight the virus.
In a company memo, the chief executive of the politics news site said he supported staff members’ right to march, adding that the publisher would cover bail for any employee who is arrested.
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