Corey Lewandowski, left, legal action after Easter, against Olivia Nuzzi, on the right, the New York magazine journalist, the approval of the entry of his DC home office, without the permission of the story.
Corey Lewandowski hinted on Thursday, the New York magazine journalist Olivia Nuzzi — who gave you in the DC, home office, without the permission of the story — stolen by him.
Lewandowski tweeted: “I have not seen my photo album, it was in the foyer already before this incident. Wonder where it could be.”
I have not seen my photo album, it was in the foyer already before this incident. Wonder where it could be. https://t.co/l2LVihpr3a
— Corey R. Lewandowski (@CLewandowski_) March 29, 2018
He later told Fox News: “I’m going to decide on legal steps after Easter, I am in contact with the Council about this intrusion into my privacy.”
Lewandowski told Fox News on Monday that you do not have permission to enter his office.
Nuzzi wrote a recent profile of the former White House communications director, Hope Hicks, who is so withdrawn that Columbia Journalism Review interviewed Nuzzi about their revealing function. During the interview, Nuzzi explained how she lives the wound in a city home, where Lewandowski, President, Donald Trump is the former campaigns manager.
“I knock on the basement door, but the gate was not opened. Then I went up the steps to the front door and knocked, like, 10 minutes. And I’m knock, knock, nobody answered. But after a while, I touched the doorknob, and the door was open. I went in, and I’m in the house, by me,” Nuzzi said. “I took this photo of the quote on a wall. I peeked, but I didn’t want to go completely in the house.”
Nuzzi attended, but not graduated from Fordham University, stated that the office left to SMS your friend recommended, the 25-year-old journalist, “it was probably not legal.”
Lewandowski lives, apparently, in front of the offices of Turnberry Solutions, a lobbying firm. Nuzzi told Fox News that the door has opened, was “technically” Turnberry Solutions input.
Nuzzi media stays at home behind his reporter.
“Of course, his tweet is completely ridiculous and false,” Lauren Strong, Director of communications at New York Media, told Fox News about the E-Mail Thursday evening. “We are Olivia’ s reporting methods and do not believe that they had done something wrong.”
Nuzzi, who will not respond Thursday to Fox News ” request for comment, recently told CNN that Lewandowski reached, after the story was published, calling them “dishonest”, but he ignored several of the questions you asked during the processing of your coverage.
Fox News’ Brian Flood contributed to this report.