Michael Calderone

Huffington Post / New York University

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Michael Calderone is a senior media reporter for the Huffington Post and an adjunct professor at the New York University School of Journalism. He is a former media reporter for Politico.

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Every administration is subject to leaks of information, but the Era of Donald Trump is setting some kind of record.

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Every administration is subject to leaks of information, but the Era of Donald Trump is setting some kind of record.

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Today, Donald Trump held his first news conference in six months — staged at Trump Tower in New York -- while his cabinet nominees were being scrutinized by Senate Committees in…

Trump takes questions from the press

Today, Donald Trump held his first news conference in six months — staged at Trump Tower in New York -- while his cabinet nominees were being scrutinized by Senate Committees in…

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Broadcast and cable networks are breaking the rules for news coverage of a presidential campaign.

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Broadcast and cable networks are breaking the rules for news coverage of a presidential campaign.

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