New York Times journalists are not the only ones to have access to the dossier.
They are the only people to know about it.
And they know a lot.
The Hill’s Peter Baker reports.
It was a hot topic at the time, and the media were eager to know what was in the dossier that would be used to try to indict Trump, as well as his campaign.
But it wasn’t until March 2017 that the White House issued a brief statement in which they said that the dossier was part of a “limited collection of unverified information.”
But even though they knew the dossier existed, they weren’t allowed to share it with the public until June 6, 2018.
That’s when a New York lawyer and a lawyer for the president came forward and said that they had a copy of the dossier and that it was in fact the work of the Trump campaign.
The White House then took down the brief statement.
So, now, what the Trump administration has to say about the dossier is that it’s part of the “collection of unconfirmed information” that the Times had access to.
The only thing it doesn’t mention is that the document was never published and that, as Baker notes, there’s no way to verify the claims made in the document.
The New York Post, in its editorial, is saying that the paper is the only outlet that has access to “the dossier.”
So the paper has access, but only if it gets the right information.
That hasn’t happened.
In fact, the Post’s editorial, and other outlets, seem to be trying to downplay the importance of the document and its claims.
It’s a document that has no evidence to support it, and that’s why the paper didn’t publish it.
The Post’s headline, which the paper would later change, is “The New YorkTimes’ ‘doxxing’ of Trump is a hoax.”
Baker explains: The New England Journal of Medicine was one of the few mainstream medical journals to have a scoop on Trump’s election in January 2020, after he won the presidency.
The paper published a front-page story on that event, and was the first to report the existence of the memos.
But as Baker reports, “The Times had a lot more leeway in the scoop than the rest of the media.
The story was buried and ignored by the rest, including the Post, the New York Daily News and the Washington Post.
As a result, a majority of the press was unaware of the existence or scope of the leaked memos until more than a year after they appeared in the papers.
That left the media in a difficult position: Should they publish the memos without knowing how credible they were?
The Times, which is the biggest, most influential newspaper in the country, could have simply published the memos, but chose not to.
It did so because it believed it had a story to tell, and a powerful source to back up its claims.”
So if you’ve been following this, you’ve probably heard that the New England journal has been accused of peddling “fake news” or “fake facts.”
The Journal is one of those outlets that, in a recent story on the paper, called out the “doxing” allegations in its front page.
But the paper also notes that the story is based on a report from The Washington Post that says it “never published” the memos because “the report’s conclusions were drawn from anonymous sources.”
The paper said it is “disappointed that the NYT has been so dismissive of this reporting.”
But, Baker notes that The Washington Times’ reporting is based “on a report by a reporter for The Washington Free Beacon, a conservative website, and not on a credible source who is known to us and the newspaper.”
And, according to the New Jersey newspaper, “the New York Journal did not publish a front page story on this story, which was later retracted by the paper.”
Baker adds that the article “did not describe a ‘dissident’ source, but instead described a report of a dossier of information that was purportedly authored by a former British spy who said he worked for the Russian government.”
“The Times’ front page was the last piece of news to appear in print about the Russia dossier, and its editors, who were not allowed to discuss the dossier at all, chose not publish the article in its entirety,” Baker says.
“They chose to omit key parts, like the dossier’s claim that the president-elect had engaged in ‘a cover-up.’
In the months that followed, many news outlets in the U.S. and around the world continued to ignore or downplay this important report.
And it was the only story that came up on the front page of the New Hampshire Union Leader.”
Baker also says that the newspaper is “shocked” that there’s so little information about the document that was published in 2018.
Baker explains that there is no evidence that Trump ever sent the