A New York Times editorial blasts President-elect Donald Trump for nepotism after selecting his son-in-law for a key White House position, in spite of the family-owned newspaper’s record of keeping the company in the hands of relatives.
President-elect Donald Trump’s cabinet picks plan on moving the country “far to the right,” and not just any far right but the “Israeli far right,” according to the latest reports from the New York Times.
The New York Times has published more than two-dozen articles about the “alt-right” and white nationalist movements since the November elections, an invaluable signal boost for the tiny coalition of racists.
Liberal New York Times columnist Paul Krugman suggested Friday that President-elect Donald Trump could have an incentive to allow or launch a 9/11-style attack on the United States once in office.
The New York Times editorial board, which has not yet written a word on Jill Stein’s costly recount requests, lashed out on Thursday against North Carolina Republican Gov. Pat McCrory, who has not conceded his race due to concerns of “massive voter fraud” in the state.
Former Goldman Sachs partner Steven Terner Mnuchin is the likely choice for Treasury Secretary, The New York Times reported on Tuesday.
President-elect Donald Trump disavowed the support he received over the weekend from an alt-right conference in Washington, D.C. during an interview with the New York Times on Tuesday.
The New York Times exposed the threat of fake news even before the election of Donald Trump two weeks ago, arguing that spreading faulty information is a threat to the Republic.