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As David Corn, who first reported on the dossier, wrote for Mother Jones in October 2016, the project originally began as opposition research ...
As conservative New York Post columnist Kyle Smith noted in late January, Mother Jones' David Corn “approvingly quoted Bush on ...

It has to be “alternate,” David. Corn gluten meal is an excellent fertilizer; ... on Twitter to engage in conversation about this article and others.
Trump is a man who is clearly fascinated by nuclear weapons and, as Mother Jones' David Corn writes, has frequently made comments that ...
Fair warning: This article is fucking long and annoyingly detailed. ..... and Mother Jones (David Corn) may not have known about the FISA warrant, ... Mensch's original report made it seem like two other linked articles (graphic ...
The Russian Connection: The Untold Story of the Trump Presidency by Michael Isikoff and David Corn (Twelve, $30; ISBN 978-1-5387-2875-8) ...

... will release the book by Michael Isikoff and David Corn in March. ... A version of this article appears in print on September 13, 2017, on Page ...
A few weeks ago, I wrote a piece noting that whether or not Donald Trump colluded with Vladimir Putin's covert operation to subvert the 2016 ...
By midsummer, numerous cyber experts had bolstered the conclusion that Russia was behind the hacks. And President Barack Obama echoed those findings.
Twelve, an imprint of Grand Central Publishing, will release the book by Michael Isikoff and David Corn in March. According to the publisher, ...
Though Sater departed Bayrock after the Times' article, Trump's organization brought him on board three years later, and Sater was wheeling ...
The same article noted that Cobb got into another email argument ... Asked about his missives, Cobb told Mother Jones' David Corn that he ...
... before he eventually disclosed emails revealing its true purpose, just as the New York Times was about to post an article on the emails.
But he told Mother Jones' David Corn that he "was trying to turn someone who appeared angry into a friend. And privately. My bad. This was ...
On Wednesday, not long after I posted the story, "Republicans skeptical about origin of Trump dossier," I got a note from a friend who had been ...
We live in a partisan age, and our news habits can reinforce our own perspectives. Consider this an effort to broaden our collective outlook with ...
Dozens of articles have now been written about our obsolete Cold War command structure that ... David Corn details the process and how little can be done to stop a determined president in a recent Mother Jones article.

In a 2001 column, Sobran had denied that IHR was anti-Semitic and ... of Historical Review, for publishing “long and fascinating articles.
David Corn's 2004 book was titled ''The Lies of George W. Bush. ... year wrote an article for The Atlantic assessing Trump's personality, tells me ...
Before they met with a Russian lawyer, Trump's campaign promoted a report suggesting the Kremlin had them. David CornJul. 20, 2017 6:00 ...
A few weeks ago, I wrote a piece noting that whether or not Donald Trump colluded with Vladimir Putin's covert operation to subvert the 2016 ...
On Tuesday morning, there was a stunning development in the Trump-Russia scandal: Donald Trump Jr. confessed. In yet another bombshell ...
By midsummer, numerous cyber experts had bolstered the conclusion that Russia was behind the hacks. And President Barack Obama echoed those findings.
I also was able to review the memos the former spy had written, and I quoted a few key portions in my article. I did not report the specific ...
UPDATE, 2:20PM with additional reactions Donald Trump this morning re-tweeted a GIF (from a Twitterer who calls himself “fuctupmind”) in ...
After the hearing, he told Mother Jones' David Corn that he had never heard of longtime Trump aide and Republican rat-fucker Roger Stone or super-shady upstart adviser Carter Page, both of whom are under investigation for their ties to Russia.
In fact, the last time the Republicans held the White House, the Democrats and media built a witch hunt around a journalist's news column. ... David Corn, a left-wing journalist now with Mother Jones, insisted the law had been broken in the leak to Novak.
Even so, this is unlikely to stop liberal journalists like David Corn or Glenn Thrush at The New York Times from framing the stories in this way, which attempts to undermine the legitimacy of the entire system.
Rep. Devin Nunes is the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee charged with investigating the possible collusion between Donald Trump's campaign and state-sponsored Russian hackers working to disrupt the 2016 election and western democracy ...
Christopher Steele is the former British spy who compiled the "garbage" dossier on Trump-Russia ties, as Bob Woodward put it. That garbage dossier was cravenly and opaquely hyped by the American press until BuzzFeed released it, at which point the ...
The FBI agents who talked to the New York Times, and rubbished the ground-breaking stories of Slate (Franklin Foer) and Mother Jones (David Corn) may not have known about the FISA warrant, sources say, because the counter-intelligence and criminal ...
Nicholas Kristof has a valuable column this morning, "Connecting Trump's Dots to Russia," in which he lists ten "crucial" pieces of information that may indicate that Trump's inner circle colluded in some way with Moscow's interference in the US election.
His probe led to a limited prosecution of the vice president's chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, not a sweeping case against the high ranks of the White House that critics had hoped for, as David Corn previously noted in Mother Jones ...
His probe led to a limited prosecution of the vice president's chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, not a sweeping case against the high ranks of the White House that critics had hoped for, as David Corn previously noted in Mother Jones ...
... and Ellison are "about equally progressive." Or as his colleague David Corn wrote: "There's truly not much ideological distance between the two.
12, David Ignatius of the Washington Post reported in his column that Flynn, by then hired as Trump's national security adviser, had held several phone conversations with Russian ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak on Dec. 29, the day that ...
Soon after he "put out a statement that hinted Democrats might filibuster Trump's nominee [Neil Gorsuch]," observed an article in New York magazine. "Maybe all those .... They are both grassroots-minded progressives," argues David Corn in Mother Jones.
Advocating for Perez's credentials, David Corn of Mother Jones asserted that the race "isn't an establishment vs.
The best journalism, like the best science, often starts with asking the right question. My friend David Corn of Mother Jones posed a fecund one last week in a piece subtitled "Whatever happened to the Trump-Russia story?
"The biggest election-related scandal since Watergate occurred last year, and it has largely disappeared from the political-media landscape of Washington," David Corn wrote this week at Mother Jones. "According to the consensus assessment of US ...
John McCain, Kellyanne Conway seemingly breaking the law, an appeals court ruling against Trump's Muslim travel ban, and much more), the Washington Post dropped a bomb: a thoroughly reported article with the headline "National Security Adviser Flynn ...
Joy Reid leads off an article for The Daily Beast by naming Trump "Moscow Don" because it avoids addressing the fact that the Clinton campaign stopped union activists from traveling to Michigan to get out the vote before the election.
Written by veteran reporters Michael Isikoff and David Corn, this is an inside look at how a president took the nation to war using faulty and fraudulent intelligence.
"Given Trump's erratic nature and lack of experience, especially in foreign affairs, these leaks may be more important than ever," David Corn, a reporter with Mother Jones magazine told The Washington Post. "They give us a sense of how he's doing his job."
"For conservative Republicans, it's an article of faith to be skeptical of Russians, the KGB, and Putin." The Senate intelligence committee has stated it will take three months to conduct its investigation.
Fossil fuel groups and environmental activists are spending big to steel their congressional allies' spines in the Pruitt battle, Cama reports in another Hill article: "Outside groups are spending millions in the Senate battle over confirming Scott ...
"Conservative Republicans are being asked by the Trump administration to suspend beliefs they have held in many instances for decades," he said.
... 2/2/17 7:41 PM. T. Adams Commentary Writer The Washington Examiner http://s3.amazonaws.com/content.washingtonexaminer.biz/images/static/authors/Adams-5.
Nominal liberals like David Corn and Michelle Goldberg would show up to a protest and mock communists, anarchists, Palestinian activists, Free Mumia partisans and a whole hosts of groups and issues they deemed kooky.
Even left-leaning journalist David Corn, in his polemical book The Lies of George W. Bush, was careful to note in the introduction that all presidents utter falsehoods, and often must do so for the sake of their country.


 

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