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  • [Blast From The Past]: New York Times bars reporters from MSNBC & CNN opinion shows

    10/15/2019 1:37:36 AM PDT · by Its All Over Except ... · 4 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 5/31/2019 | Tim Pearce
    The New York Times is clamping down on its reporters appearing on opinionated cable news shows to avoid the appearance of “bias.” The newspaper recently blocked its finance editor David Enrich from appearing on Rachel Maddow’s MSNBC show to talk about his reporting on President Trump’s finances and Deutsche Bank, according to according to Vanity Fair. The paper has also placed Lawrence O'Donnell’s show on MSNBC and Don Lemon’s show on CNN on its blacklist. “In deciding whether to make a radio, television or Internet appearance, a staff member should consider its probable tone and content to make sure they are...
  • New York Times bans reporters from CNN's Don Lemon, MSNBC's Maddow shows for being 'too partisan:'..

    05/30/2019 5:57:34 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 37 replies
    Fox News ^ | May 30, 2019 | Joseph A. Wulfsohn | Fox News
    Full title: New York Times bans reporters from CNN's Don Lemon, MSNBC's Maddow shows for being 'too partisan:' reportThe New York Times is cracking down on its own reporters, stopping them from appearing on certain primetime cable news shows seen as being "too partisan," according to a new report. Vanity Fair published the explosive report, which alleged MSNBC's Rachel Maddow and Lawrence O'Donnell, as well as CNN anchor Don Lemon, made the newspaper's no-go list. The magazine began its report by alleging the Times' financial editor David Enrich had initially accepted an invitation to appear on "The Rachel Maddow Show"...
  • Trump Sought a Loan During the 2016 Campaign. Deutsche Bank Said No.

    02/02/2019 1:46:41 PM PST · by zeestephen · 59 replies
    The New York Times ^ | 02 February 2019 | DAVID ENRICH, JESSE DRUCKER and BEN PROTESS
    Donald J. Trump was burning through cash. It was early 2016, and he was lending tens of millions of dollars to his presidential campaign and had been spending large sums to expand the Trump Organization’s roster of high-end properties. To finance his business’s growth, Mr. Trump turned to a longtime ally, Deutsche Bank, one of the few banks still willing to lend money to the man who has called himself “The King of Debt.”