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Trump rips New York Times over Kavanaugh’s piece calls for the resignation of everyone involved in the ‘SMEAR story”

in the vicinityVideoNew York Times reviewed the history on the Supreme Court, judge Brett Kavanaugh

A note from the editors corrected a glaring gap in the prosecution’s case against Brett Kavanaugh, the touches, the reports of a political fire storm; Fox News media analyst Howard Kurtz.

President Trump blasted to terminate The New York Times about his alleged bomb a report on the Supreme Court, judge Brett Kavanaugh, a call to “all” of the “smear”.

“I call for the resignation of all of The New York Times involved Kavanaugh SMEAR history, and while you’re at it, the Russian witch-hunt hoax, which is just as fake!” Trump tweeted on Monday evening.

“You have destroyed the Old Gray lady and broken down, your virtue and ruined their reputation… they can never recover, and never again will return to size, under the current Management. The time is DEAD, long The New York Times, live!”

THE NEW YORK TIMES CRITICIZED FROM BOTH SIDES NOW-REVISED KAVANAUGH ALLEGATIONS

Late Sunday, The New York Times went back to an explosive report on a paved allegation of sexual assault by Kavanaugh from his college days. The piece by Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly, adapted from their forthcoming book, supposedly there was a confirmation of an incident, at the Kavanaugh as a college student at Yale University, sat on a female classmate at a party.

But The federalist, and the Mollie Hemingway-who reviewed an advance copy of the book marked an omission, and the paper finally, the controversial history revised, after he taunted and via social media about the faux pas.

The update includes the significant detail that several friends of the alleged victim said she did not remember the alleged sexual assaults. The newspaper also stated for the first time, that the alleged victims refused to be interviewed, and has no other comment on the episode.

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Trump was asked if someone from The Times should be “fired” over the controversy. He called it a “fair” question, but not directly give an answer.

“I think that The New York Times said a further terrible mistake,” Trump. “It is a shame that something like this could happen… you, a thing called” fact-checking. You have no fact-checking any more.”

Fox News’ Brian Flood and Gregg Re contributed to this report.

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