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CNBC chief political correspondent John Harwood regularly emailed Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta, congratulating him on Hillary’s successes and boasting about how he provoked Donald Trump at a Republican primary debate which he moderated.
He also gave Podesta advice on his perceived threat of Dr. Ben Carson, and asked the Clinton campaign for advice on how he should interview Jeb Bush.
As CNBC chief political correspondent, Harwood can shape the coverage of one of America’s key television networks as the Trump administration prepares to take power.
Another prominent reporter on the Trump White House will be the recently hired New York Times chief political reporter Glenn Thrush, who sent copies of his stories to John Podesta for review.
Other journalists with leading roles reporting on the Trump administration include New York Times chief national correspondent Mark Leibovich, who was described in a Clinton media strategy plan as “sympathetic” to the campaign.
Leibovich also took orders from the Clinton campaign on which parts of an interview with Hillary Clinton could be used for publication.
originally posted by: seasonal
a reply to: JinMI
Agreed, I wanted a Trump Sanders spell off at the end.
I liked the fact that Sanders was going to shock the system back to a more equal center. Corps own the politicians and I feel he wasn't so easily bought.
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: seasonal
The media has shown itself to be nothing more than a stain in the underwear of a syphilitic whore.
Apologies to all the syphilitic whores who are reading this.