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'The New York Times' Is Getting Dragged for Its Questionable Coverage About Hope Hicks’s Congressional Subpoena
Media bias is something that is raised often about, and by, mass media. After The New York Times shared a story about former White House Communications Director Hope Hicks and her decision regarding a congressional subpoena, The Times was hammered online for media bias.
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Kellyanne Conway's Husband Has Not Been Kind to Trump on Twitter, and Now He's Trying to Destroy the Evidence
George Conway, the husband to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, began purging his Twitter feed of posts and reweets critical of President Donald Trump. When asked why, he responded simply "no reason."
George, a Washington lawyer originally considered for multiple Justice Department posts early in the formation of the Trump administration, became a frequent indirect critic of Trump on Twitter. George previously confirmed @gtconway3d is his personal Twitter account.
President Donald Trump reportedly "berated" Hope Hicks, his former White House Communications Director, after she admitted to House investigators that her work for the president had occasionally required her to tell white lies. Hicks turned in her resignation a day after nearly nine hours of private testimony before the House Intelligence Committee. Despite her admission, Hicks was adamant that she had told the truth on matters related to Russia and the president's alleged collusion with Russian operatives to subvert the 2016 election.
Her fealty to the president did not protect her in the end, according to anonymous sources who spoke to the press, and he nonetheless scolded her after she'd given her testimony.
Hope Hicks is said to be resigning as the White House Communications Director to President Donald Trump. The embattled 29-year-old former model recently testified before the House Intelligence Committee that she sometimes had to tell "white lies" about Russia’s interference in the 2016 election.
The New York Times reports that Hicks' departure date is unclear.