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FILE In this Sept. 29, 2014, file photo, U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, promotes Republican voter turnout during a rally in Independence, Ohio. Republican U.S. Sen. Rob Portman and the Democratic nominee challenging Portman's bid for re-election, former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland, agreed to ... Tax
No matter where negotiations take place, the give and take of the two sides has some time-honoured tenets. One is to understand your adversary's true aim in negotiations, and to make sure that your team respects it. Another is to bargain vigorously, dealing with every contingency before anything is signed. Donald Trump

They were accusing Steele--the author of a secret dossier that helped trigger the current federal investigation into President Donald Trump's possible ties to Russia--of having ..... Simpson went along, he testified, because Steele was the "national-security expert," whereas he was merely "an ex-journalist.".
Jane Meyer of the New Yorker reported in December that the group has a “Campus Victory Project,” a plan to capture the student presidencies of the country's most prominent universities. Turning Point-affiliated candidates are expected to follow a “set political agenda.” Meyer, using as evidence a leaked ...
A Church of England bishop has urged American Christians to consider whether their support of Donald Trump is justifiable as part of their faith. Bishop of Liverpool Paul Bayes criticised some “so-called evangelical leaders” for their “uncritical support” of the US President, accusing them of “colluding” with ...
According to a report by Jane Meyer in the New Yorker, Robert Mercer has never given an interview explaining his political beliefs: ... Trevor Potter, the president of the Campaign Legal Center, a nonpartisan watchdog group, who formerly served as the chairman of the Federal Election Commission, said, ...

A new article in The New Yorker explains how. The piece, a profile of Vice President Mike Pence, features intriguing information ... “I wouldn't say Trump was pushed into it,” a top Trump campaign aide told reporter Jane Meyer. “He was led into it. Pence was made the most palatable choice by those around ...
... Deason recalled, were the financier Wilbur Ross, whom Trump later appointed his Secretary of Commerce; the corporate investor Carl Icahn, who became a top adviser to Trump but resigned eight months later, when allegations of financial impropriety were published by The New Yorker; Harold Hamm, ...
Additionally, Jane Meyer will get $874,000 in wages and $3 million for emotional distress and attorney fees. The settlements will be funded by the athletics department. The university says it still plans to hire an independent firm to conduct an external review of employee practices. In the previous lawsuit, ...
On Thursday, an Iowa jury awarded former University of Iowa senior associate athletic director Jane Meyer $1.43 million in a "landmark" victory on gender and sexual orientation discrimination. According to the Des Moines Register, Meyer was the highest-ranking woman in Iowa's athletic department until ...
To talk more about the Mercers, we're joined now by Jane Mayer, staff writer at The New Yorker, her latest piece headlined “The Reclusive Hedge-Fund Tycoon Behind the Trump Presidency: How Robert Mercer exploited America's populist insurgency.” Jane is also author of Dark Money: The Hidden ...
Was it the right thing? Put it this way: it isn't what previous Administrations have done.” Jane Mayer has been a New Yorker staff writer since 1995. Read more ». More: 2016 election · Hillary Clinton · James Comey · Politics. Sign up for our daily newsletter and get the best of The New Yorker in your in-box.
... this strange election year, long-anticipated highlights were again upstaged by historical new lows, and what remained to be seen was how much the country grasped the enormity of the disruption under way, and how much it cared. Jane Mayer has been a New Yorker staff writer since 1995. Read more ».
Edward Kosner, the former editor and publisher of New York, where Schwartz worked as a writer at the time, says, “Tony created Trump. He's Dr. Frankenstein.” Starting in late 1985, Schwartz spent eighteen months with Trump—camping out in his office, joining him on his helicopter, tagging along at ...
A staff writer for The New Yorker, Mayer spent five years working on “Dark Money,” which originated with an article on the Koch family she published in the magazine in 2010. Neither Charles nor David Koch agreed to talk to her, and several of the most important figures in their political network were ...
If 2017 was the year that Iowa's athletic department suffered embarrassing wounds – paying out $6.5 million to settle discrimination lawsuits brought by former field hockey coach Tracey Griesbaum and Jane Meyer, who for years had been the highest-ranking woman in the department – Burke is hopeful ...
A Church of England bishop has urged American Christians to consider whether their support of Donald Trump is justifiable as part of their faith. Bishop of Liverpool Paul Bayes criticised some “so-called evangelical leaders” for their “uncritical support” of the US President, accusing them of “colluding” with ...

According to a report by Jane Meyer in the New Yorker, Robert Mercer has never given an interview explaining his political beliefs: ... Trevor Potter, the president of the Campaign Legal Center, a nonpartisan watchdog group, who formerly served as the chairman of the Federal Election Commission, said, ...
A new article in The New Yorker explains how. The piece, a profile of Vice President Mike Pence, features intriguing information ... “I wouldn't say Trump was pushed into it,” a top Trump campaign aide told reporter Jane Meyer. “He was led into it. Pence was made the most palatable choice by those around ...
... resigned eight months later, when allegations of financial impropriety were published by The New Yorker; Harold Hamm, the founder and chairman of Continental Resources, an Oklahoma-based oil-and-gas company that has made billions of dollars through fracking; and David Koch, the richest resident ...
Additionally, Jane Meyer will get $874,000 in wages and $3 million for emotional distress and attorney fees. The settlements will be funded by the athletics department. The university says it still plans to hire an independent firm to conduct an external review of employee practices. In the previous lawsuit, ...
A former University of Iowa employee who sued over claims of gender and sexual-orientation discrimination won $1.43 million in damages last week for emotional distress and lost wages. Jane Meyer, 57, was the second highest-ranking official in the university's athletics department until she was ...
On Thursday, an Iowa jury awarded former University of Iowa senior associate athletic director Jane Meyer $1.43 million in a "landmark" victory on gender and sexual orientation discrimination. According to the Des Moines Register, Meyer was the highest-ranking woman in Iowa's athletic department until ...
To talk more about the Mercers, we're joined now by Jane Mayer, staff writer at The New Yorker, her latest piece headlined “The Reclusive Hedge-Fund Tycoon Behind the Trump Presidency: How Robert Mercer exploited America's populist insurgency.” Jane is also author of Dark Money: The Hidden ...
... this strange election year, long-anticipated highlights were again upstaged by historical new lows, and what remained to be seen was how much the country grasped the enormity of the disruption under way, and how much it cared. Jane Mayer has been a New Yorker staff writer since 1995. Read more ».
Edward Kosner, the former editor and publisher of New York, where Schwartz worked as a writer at the time, says, “Tony created Trump. He's Dr. Frankenstein.” Starting in late 1985, Schwartz spent eighteen months with Trump—camping out in his office, joining him on his helicopter, tagging along at ...
A staff writer for The New Yorker, Mayer spent five years working on “Dark Money,” which originated with an article on the Koch family she published in the magazine in 2010. Neither Charles nor David Koch agreed to talk to her, and several of the most important figures in their political network were ...
Jane Meyer of the New Yorker reported in December that the group has a “Campus Victory Project,” a plan to capture the student presidencies of the country's most prominent universities. Turning Point-affiliated candidates are expected to follow a “set political agenda.” Meyer, using as evidence a leaked ...
... the country asking them to weigh in on Goldwater's mental state, according to New Yorker staff writer Jane Meyer, who wrote about the rule in ...
A new article in The New Yorker explains how. ... wouldn't say Trump was pushed into it,” a top Trump campaign aide told reporter Jane Meyer.
A new article in The New Yorker explains how. ... wouldn't say Trump was pushed into it,” a top Trump campaign aide told reporter Jane Meyer.
A new article in The New Yorker explains how. ... wouldn't say Trump was pushed into it,” a top Trump campaign aide told reporter Jane Meyer.
New Yorker writer Jane Meyer quoted Schwartz in a 2016 profile that illustrates Trump has long presented himself in the same manner:.
Additionally, Jane Meyer will get $874,000 in wages and $3 million for emotional distress and attorney fees. The settlements will be funded by ...
Jane Meyer, 57, was the second highest-ranking official in the university's athletics department until she was reassigned and eventually fired ...
Jane Meyer alleged she suffered workplace discrimination as a gay woman ... Associated Press Writer Ryan J. Foley contributed to this report.
This is according to testimony Monday in the trial of a lawsuit filed by Jane Meyer, former UI associate athletic director, against the university. Meyer, who was transferred from athletics in December 2014 and then fired last September, claims discrimination based on gender and sexual orientation, as well as ...
staff writer at The New Yorker. Her latest piece is headlined “The Reclusive Hedge-Fund Tycoon Behind the Trump Presidency: How Robert Mercer exploited America's populist insurgency.” Her book, Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right, has just come out ...
David Brock, a former Spectator writer who is now a liberal activist, told me that the alleged Mena conspiracy was based on a single dubious ...
A former senior University of Iowa athletics administrator filed a complaint Wednesday in federal court accusing UI officials of violating her First ...
Put it this way: it isn't what previous Administrations have done.” Jane Mayer has been a New Yorker staff writer since 1995. Read more ». More ...
... country grasped the enormity of the disruption under way, and how much it cared. Jane Mayer has been a New Yorker staff writer since 1995.
Soon Spy was calling him “former journalist Tony Schwartz.” ..... He was the co-author. ... “I just talked to The New Yorker—which, by the way, is a failing magazine ... Jane Mayer has been a New Yorker staff writer since 1995.
Award-winning author Steve Silberman wrote: “The ritual submission and exaltation is nearly pornographic. This is not America.” CNN reporter Keith Boykin said: “When Trump finally goes ... to Mr Pence and said: “Don't ask that guy—he wants to hang them all!”, according to the New Yorker's Jane Meyer.
A new article in The New Yorker explains how. The piece, a ... “I wouldn't say Trump was pushed into it,” a top Trump campaign aide told reporter Jane Meyer.
According to a report by Jane Meyer in the New Yorker, Robert Mercer has ... The New Yorker told the same story, but from a different angle.
The report comes from an article in the New Yorker which stated that ... The New Yorker article, written by Jane Meyer, cited two unnamed ...
... became a top adviser to Trump but resigned eight months later, when allegations of financial impropriety were published by The New Yorker; ...
Especially when, as Jane Meyer has noted in The New Yorker, Koch Industries has lately tried to rebrand itself, outrageously, as a champion of ...
In recent years, the SFL has expanded beyond the US and its operations seem to follow what the author of Dark Money, Jane Meyer describes ...


 

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