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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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Dan Froomkin 9h
This is genuinely terrific advice for reporters from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo: via newsletter
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Jim Sciutto 50m
Fit the whistleblower’s complaint into a disturbing pattern with Trump: - shared intel w/Russian officials in Oval (May 2017) - confiscated notes from Putin mtg in Hamburg (July 2017) - sided w/Putin over IC in Helsinki (July 2018) - vowed not to spy on North Korea (June 2019)
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Brian Stelter 9h
Disinfo is not exclusive to one party, but 2016's made-up stories and foreign meddling messes are going to seem amateurish compared to what's coming in 2020 and beyond...
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Dan Berman 14h
It's September 18, 2019, and we still don't know who wrote that op-ed.
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Brian Stelter 9h
Removing our smartphones "to show our strange and lonely new world..."
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Oliver Darcy 9h
Remember the Straight Talk Express? is going to try something similar. He's doing a 4-day swing through Iowa with reporters on the bus and everything on the record
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Brian Stelter 9h
Replying to @davidgura @NYTmag
this is a strong arguments for having bylines on the NYT home page
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Brian Stelter 9h
"In the era of Trump, where everyone has become a bit numb to the news, WaPo's report still managed to shock," writes
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David Begnaud 10h
Another false alarm in Hawaii
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Brian Stelter 10h
Blowing the whistle -- but so far, sources have not disclosed which world leader Trump was communicating with -- details in tonight's digest:
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Oliver Darcy 10h
Wednesday's edition of the newsletter is hitting inboxes now:
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Brian Stelter 10h
Replying to @mitrakalita
my thought exactly
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Brian Stelter 10h
Confirmed by : "A communication between President Donald Trump and a world leader prompted the whistleblower complaint that is now at the center of the dispute between the director of national intelligence and Congress, a source familiar with the case told CNN."
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Brian Stelter 10h
Replying to @thetruebowser @yoda
👏👏👏👏👏👏
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Maggie Haberman 11h
The polls are believable on impeachment, just not his approval rating, per potus
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Brian Stelter 10h
This reminds me of one of Fox's banners today: "TRUMP VS. CALIFORNIA"
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Ken Dilanian 11h
A former US intelligence official confirms to me that this whistleblower complaint was about a Trump phone call. Need to find different words for unprecedented.
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Annie Karni 11h
It really is a Renaissance tableau
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Brian Stelter 11h
"Men who are heterosexual, strong aggressive, competitors are no longer an acceptable part of society, not really. They're the problem. After all, the professionals have told us so!"
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Susan Hennessey 12h
It really is beyond what anyone was speculating as a possible worst case scenario.
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