Ken Vogel

New York Times reporter covering money and politics

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Covers lobbying and money in politics for The New York Times.

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Tech mogul Barre Seid quietly gave $1.6 billion to Marble Freedom Trust, which is run by Leonard A. Leo, who used to be the executive vice president of the Federalist Society.

$1.6 billion donation to Marble Freedom Trust could transform politics

Tech mogul Barre Seid quietly gave $1.6 billion to Marble Freedom Trust, which is run by Leonard A. Leo, who used to be the executive vice president of the Federalist Society.

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President Trump    tweeted    on Sunday that the question he received most at the G7 meeting was: “Mr. President, why does the American media hate your Country so much?

Trump allies unearth old social media posts to discredit journalists

President Trump tweeted on Sunday that the question he received most at the G7 meeting was: “Mr. President, why does the American media hate your Country so much?

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