Jonathan Weisman

New York Times

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Deputy Washington editor and former economic policy reporter for the New York Times and author of Number Four Imperial Lane; former political reporter for the Wall Street Journal, and former Congressional reporter for the Washington Post

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Two of President Trump’s former close advisors are guilty.

White House does damage control now that two Trump advisors are convicted felons

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The Department of Justice says it has enough evidence to charge 12 members of the Russian military with hacking the Clinton campaign, the Democratic National Committee, and the…

Robert Mueller indicts 12 Russians for hacking 2016 election

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The Wall Street Journal reports that in late 2017, Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen negotiated a $1.6 million deal between Elliott Broidy -- a top Republican donor connected to Trump --…

Elliott Broidy, Trump's lovechild, and Comey's new book

The Wall Street Journal reports that in late 2017, Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen negotiated a $1.6 million deal between Elliott Broidy -- a top Republican donor connected to Trump --…

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