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Byron York
Chief political correspondent, Washington Examiner, Fox News contributor, author of The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy
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Byron York 10h
Question raised by leaked New York Times transcript, plus rollout of 1619 project: Should the public still view the Times as a news outlet? Or as something else?
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Byron York 10h
Leaked transcript gave public a look inside New York Times agenda-setting discussions. Now look at agenda of its ambitious new initiative, the 1619 Project: 'To reframe the country's history, understanding 1619 as our true founding.'
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Byron York 10h
Imagine a Senate Majority Leader, same party as president, killing initiatives passed by House controlled by opposition party. Article might want to mention, just once, the Harry Reid precedent.
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Byron York 19h
From : 'Anthony Scaramucci talks to Bill Kristol about trying to force Trump off the GOP ticket in 2020.'
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Byron York Aug 16
President Truman made offer to buy Greenland in 1946. This, from , is from 2001:
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Byron York Aug 16
With campaign reset, Beto O'Rourke releases gun control plan, which he pairs with white supremacy and calls 'Combating Hate and Violence in America.' Included: assault weapons ban, *mandatory* buyback of guns deemed assault weapons.
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Byron York Aug 16
Did it sometimes seem like the New York Times' entire focus was Trump-Russia? Like it built its newsroom around one story? Now, top editor says it did just that. But after Mueller report, paper has had to retool. New focus? Trump racism.
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Byron York Aug 16
Link: New York Times chief outlines coverage shift: From Trump-Russia to Trump racism.
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Byron York Aug 16
NYT chief tells paper's story. We 'built our newsroom' around Trump-Russia. Then came Mueller report. Anguished readers realized, 'Bob Mueller is not going to do it.' What next? Times pivots to focus on Trump, racism: NYT 'vision' for next 2 years.
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Byron York Aug 15
The New York Times employee town hall story really is extraordinary. Could linger a while as people digest what was said, especially editor explaining Times 'built our newsroom' around Trump-Russia; letdown when it didn't pan out; pivot to Trump racism.
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Byron York Aug 15
New York Times editor says paper had to retool after Mueller report. 'We built our newsroom to cover one story,' Baquet said. 'Now we have to regroup...to take on a different story.' What is it? Trump racism.
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Byron York Aug 15
New: New York Times chief outlines coverage shift: From Trump-Russia to Trump racism.
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Byron York Aug 15
In transcript, NYT editor Baquet says paper had to re-tool after Mueller failed to find collusion. Now shifting from Trump-Russia to Trump racism. 'The vision for coverage for the next two years is...how do we cover a guy who makes these kinds of remarks?'
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Byron York Aug 15
At in-house town hall, NYT editor says, in effect, we were totally set up to cover Trump-Russia from here on out. That's how it was for two years. Then came the Mueller report. Now, 'We're a little tiny bit flat-footed.'
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Byron York Aug 15
More from NYT town hall: 'I'm wondering to what extent you think that the fact of racism and white supremacy being sort of the foundation of this country should play into our reporting.'
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Byron York Aug 15
More from NYT in-house town hall. Question on the straight, accurate headline--'Trump Urges Unity Vs. Racism'--that set off staffers. How, oh how, could it have happened?
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Byron York Aug 15
Transcript of New York Times in-house town hall. After Baquet opening remarks, first question: 'Could you explain your decision not to more regularly use the word 'racist' in reference to the president’s actions?'
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Byron York Aug 15
Well, everybody loves In-N-Out Burger. Great place to read about the CIA.
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Byron York Aug 15
A overview on Dem voters pondering the electability question with Elizabeth Warren. Never understood why people do that. If you listen to pundits, or try to be one, CW could turn on a dime next week. Why not vote for candidate you think is best?
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Byron York Aug 15
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