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Brian Stelter
Anchor of and 's chief media correspondent. Formerly , and Top of the Morning. Email: bstelter@gmail.com
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CNN Business 18m
The Mueller Report is already a best-seller
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Brian Stelter 17m
"The Mueller Report" is No. 1 AND No. 2 on Amazon right now. Multiple book publishers are rushing out copies. Here's my story for
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Brian Stelter 36m
39 days since a formal press briefing. Not a sign of a confident W.H.
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John Eligon 2h
The 1st 7 paragraphs of this story include quotes from the White House with the words “fucked” “shit” & “bastard.” It’s hard to be a family newspaper in these times. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ with the story.
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Pat Kiernan 4h
I get that the Post has a perspective. But Post readers are smarter than this.
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Brian Stelter 2h
🔥 from : Don't let "the intimidation effort to come, nor the inevitable distractions of some new Trumpian outrages, nor the lure of conventional reporting about a new prez campaign, to reduce the magnitude of this scandal"
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Kaitlan Collins 2h
President Trump can't stand when he's portrayed as being managed by his staff. But the Mueller report laid out in cinematic detail how they subverted his efforts to limit the investigation. Mueller may be over, but this still goes on inside the West Wing.
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drstef 3h
Mueller and the information wars SPECIAL EDITION: Digesting Mueller's report; big lies; Friday's front pages; marathon coverage; the Enquirer's buyer; Baron's speech:
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Abby D. Phillip 5h
Literally my nightmare just happened on live tv, nbd
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Richard Tofel 3h
At least Sean Spicer tried to talk Trump out of it after he was asked to lie (although he then capitulated). Sarah Sanders just volunteers to lie. White House reporters should now make a practice of asking her if she has any proof for anything she asserts.
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Brian Stelter 3h
Sarah Sanders made false claims about the FBI multiple times on two different days. Yet she's still insisting it was just a "slip of the tongue." Here's my full story:
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Good Morning America 3h
“That’s not a slip of the tongue Sarah, that’s a deliberate false statement.” presses Sarah Sanders on the culture of lying, exposed by the , in the White House.
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CNN 8h
Sarah Sanders admitted she lied to the White House press. Does she have any credibility left? Analysis by
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Brian Stelter 4h
CJR's : Mueller could "finally be the turn that convinces a surprisingly credulous White House press corps — credulous in spite of everything we've seen — that Trump's words have lost their value..."
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Brian Stelter 4h
Here's my latest -->
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Ryan McCarthy 13h
BuzzFeed explains its reporting that claimed Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie, which is contradicted by the Mueller report. In short: Federal law enforcement sources interpreted the evidence differently than Mueller. Good on them for being transparent
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Brian Stelter 4h
>> : "It's essential that the media refuse to let go of the tail of the real narrative: the truth about what the Russians did, what the Trump campaign did to embrace what the Russians did, and what Trump did to try to cover all that up..."
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CNN Politics 9h
President Trump called some Russia scoops "fake news" but the Mueller report shows they were very real
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Brian Stelter 5h
"As the information wars rage, reality is determined by what channel you watch, what websites you visit, what feeds you follow. Each news cycle moves Americans further and further apart. And Thursday was, really, no different," writes...
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