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Kurtz: The White house resistance, the resistance to media

‘MediaBuzz’ host Howard Kurtz weighs in on the anonymous New York Times Op-ed, which appeared in time to be reported in the same similar news that Bob Woodward’s book, ‘fear.’

It is, without question, a colossal act of political disloyalty, a self-glorification boast of the highest order, and a merge of the resistance with the media.

Condition throat deeper than I the call of the anonymous author of the New York Times op-ed, krass undermine its own cause. To stop when the “senior administration official” is trying to quiet the President of wrong-headed decisions, that’s why they’re bragging about it in a national newspaper there is to know, is mad, Trump, and such efforts much more difficult?

It only makes sense if the source of the acting out of selfish motives, in the hope for an eventual book deal (if he is outed or completed) and retroactive fame as the disgruntled insider who is trying to trump stop. This is outright disobedience; the person fired. And there is a strong case that, as Trump says, the author is “gutless,” because he’s slating his boss from behind a curtain of anonymity.

But if the editors believe this is a credible person and of a person (and not some deputy assistant secretary), to send a distress signal from the interior of the Palace, then it is clearly newsworthy and deserves to be published.

The paper’s editorial-page editors say they are proud of the piece. Of course, you are a trump, because of their all-out against all things. However, the sources that tend to be, their stories, points of sale, where they believe that the ideological outlook will be understanding of your case.

Nevertheless, the President was too eager to take the bait. Much of the Land is no matter what is on the Times ‘ op-ed page. By the outburst and by the initiation of an internal investigation, Trump has re-sphere, with the story in the stratosphere (along with an endless guessing-game stories).

The President tweeted: “If the bowel is loose, anonymous person, there is in fact, the times need to for National security purposes, to turn him/her over the government at once!”

What national security purpose? There is nothing classified in the Times piece, just harsh criticism. And obviously the paper does not commit a breach of confidentiality.

For good measure, Melania Trump, accusing the officials of “Sabotage” in the country “with their cowardly acts”.

In the column to the deep state throat Trump calls “immoral,” “erratic” and “off the rails.” He writes that “many of the high-ranking officials in his own administration are working diligently from the inside to frustrate parts of his agenda, and his worst inclinations,” and have “vowed to do what we can to the preservation of our democratic institutions, while to thwart Mr Trump more misguided impulses until he’s out of office.”

Here is an insight into the heavy cover is produced by the White house reaction.

Washington Post: “Trump responded to the column with ‘volcanic’ wrath and was “absolutely angry” about what he reveals as an act of infidelity and said in a familiar, which he presumed to be the official working on the national security or the Ministry of justice, according to two people familiar with his private discussions.”

Politico: “A senior administration official described a White house in” total meltdown.'”

Wall Street Journal: “in the West Wing, top officials in the afternoon cancelled the meeting and to develop a huddled behind closed doors, strategies, such as the author, White house officials, to suspend said.”

It is a very different environment from the days when Hamilton savage would be his political rivals in the newspaper pieces published under pseudonyms, as was customary at the time.

The real damage for the White house is that the latest neck promotes the Bob Woodward story, a book filled Trump with senior officials in a derogatory way, slowly, his orders, and theft of papers from his Desk.

The media are very fond of this story because you are the President, now confirmed by the Supreme authorities, of the courts Woodward him as a justification for their negative portrayals on the background and the one who, in collaboration with Trump’s least favorite newspaper.

But there is a level on which this is profoundly unjust, a President must ask himself, who in his government he can trust. It’s hard to accuse him of being paranoid, when we now have evidence that some of his advisors are actively trying to rinse.

Howard Kurtz is a Fox News analyst and host of “MediaBuzz” (Sundays 11 p.m.). He is the author of “media madness: Donald Trump, the press, and The war for the truth.” You can follow him at @Howard Kurtz. Click here for more information on Howard Kurtz.

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