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Anonymous Op: CheWashington |lost Democracy Dies in Darkness The Fix Analysis Woodward's grim portrait of Trump's White House gets a vote of confidence-via two non-denial denials Most Read Politics 1 Donald Trump Jr. says his father can't trust everyone around him after the anonymous op-ed Trump pays tribute to the immortal heroes of Flight 93 2 3 Voter backlash to Trump and bathroom law has put conservative N.С. legislature in play 4 Analysis Trump's 9/11 starts like any other day with him mad at something he saw on Fox 5 Irish government says Trump has scratched planned trip to Dublin this fall The storv must be told Subscribe to The Washington Post Veteran investigative journalist Bob Woodward meticulously documented a nervous breakdown at the White House in his new book, "Fear. (Vided: Jenny Starrs/Photo: Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) Try 1 month for $1 By Aaron Blake September 11 at 2:54 PM Local politics email alerts Important breaking news alerts about D.C.-area politicians and governments. Bob Woodward's book is now officially out, and so is a growing series of statements from White House officials taking issue with how they are portrayed and quoted in it. But as is often the case, not all denials are created equal. And some might as well be admissions E-mail address Add washingtonpost.com Two denials, in particular - from former top White House aides Gary Cohn and Rob Porter - are conspicuously incomplete. Both men are accused in the book of effectively removing things from Trump's desk to prevent him from taking certain actions. And both have now issued statements that are rather similar, both for what they say and what they don't say. Cohn's is the briefer of the two. Here's what the former chairman of the White House Council of Economic 1996-2018 The Washington Post Help and Contact Us Policies and Standards Terms of Service Privacy Policy Print Products Terms of Sale
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Justice Dept. to investigate anonymous op-ed from NYT for treason, while also investigating social media sites for banning free speech Alex Jones: Pence denies writing op-ed and joins call for criminal investigation 2 hours ago US President Donald Trump's top aides Sunday increased talk of a possible investigation into the identity of the anonymous "senior administration official" who authored a New York Times op-ed last week describing an internal "resistance" in the White House protecting America from the president's alleged incompetence and amorality. They tried to support the president's argument that writing... Formerly withheld emails raise questions Trump thinks Justice Department should investigate anonymous op-ed 11:15 AM PDT The Justice Department should open an investigation and identify the "senior official" who criticized him in an anonymous... about Supreme Court nominee 11:58 AM PDT Brett Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, intensified scrutiny on Thursday and Frida In divided Sweden, Sunday's elections Former president Barack Obama speaks of urgency and hope in voting this fall may see unprecedented change Sep 8, 2018 Sweden Sunda government in an election to see a far-right party, The SKA In a wide-ranging speech to SD of Illinois students Friday, former Barack Obama criticized the... ad more Headlines> Business wat Report: Oath CEO Tim Armstrong in talks to leave Verizon Justice Department to look into whether social media companies 'stifling' free speech Sep 6,2018 The Justice Department announced in a statement Wednesdav it would hold a meeting this month to discuss with Sep 7,2018 Oath CEO Tim Armstrong is allegedly in talks to leave narent companv Verizon Armstrong will denart as earlv Justice Dept. to investigate anonymous op-ed from NYT for treason, while also investigating social media sites for banning free speech Alex Jones

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President Trump has continued to call for the release of the identity of the writer of an anonymous op-ed detailing a “resistance” within Trump’s administration. The New York Times article entitled “I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration,” was written by a senior administration official and states that a group within the White House works to thwart plans made by Trump. “To be clear, ours is not the popular ‘resistance’ of the left. We want the administration to succeed and think that many of its policies have already made America safer and more prosperous,” read the article. “But we believe our first duty is to this country, and the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic.” ___ Multiple White House officials have denied writing the piece including Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis. ___ "For the sake of our national security, The New York Times should publish his name at once. I think their reporters should go and investigate who he is. That would actually be a good story,” Trump said at a rally in Montana Thursday night.: LATE CITY EDITION U.S. NEWs ANONYMOUS OP-ED Sept 7 | Multiple White House officials have denied writing an anonymous New York Times op-ed detailing a 'resistance' within the Trump administration. President Trump has continued to call for the release of the identity of the writer of an anonymous op-ed detailing a “resistance” within Trump’s administration. The New York Times article entitled “I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration,” was written by a senior administration official and states that a group within the White House works to thwart plans made by Trump. “To be clear, ours is not the popular ‘resistance’ of the left. We want the administration to succeed and think that many of its policies have already made America safer and more prosperous,” read the article. “But we believe our first duty is to this country, and the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic.” ___ Multiple White House officials have denied writing the piece including Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis. ___ "For the sake of our national security, The New York Times should publish his name at once. I think their reporters should go and investigate who he is. That would actually be a good story,” Trump said at a rally in Montana Thursday night.

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Did you know that Donald Trump is in the WWE Hall of Fame? He was inducted in 2013, and he’s been enthusiastically involved in pro wrestling for many years, both as a fan and as a performer. He’s made more of a study on how to draw a crowd in to the theatrics of a choreographed fight scene than anyone this side of the McMahon family (a member of whom happens to be part of the Trump administration currently). You don’t have to get into any deep conspiratorial rabbit hole to consider the possibility that all this drama and conflict is staged from top to bottom. Commentators on all sides routinely crack jokes about how the mainstream media pretends to attack Trump but secretly loves him because he brings them amazing ratings. Anyone with their eyes even part way open already knows that America’s two mainstream parties feign intense hatred for one another while working together to pace their respective bases into accepting more and more neoliberal exploitation at home and more and more neoconservative bloodshed abroad. They spit and snarl and shake their fists at each other, then cuddle up and share candy when it’s time for a public gathering. Why should this administration be any different? I believe that a senior Trump administration official probably did write that anonymous op-ed. I do not believe that they were moved to write it out of compassion for the poor Americans who are feeling emotionally stressed about the president. I believe it was written and published for the same reason many other things are written and published in mainstream media: because we are all being played. As a result of the New York Times op-ed, if this administration engages in yet another of its many, many establishment capitulations (let’s say by attacking the Syrian government again), Trump’s supporters won’t see it as his fault; it will be blamed on the deep state insiders in his administration who have been working to thwart his agendas of peace and harmony. Meanwhile those who see Trump as a heel won’t experience any cognitive dissonance if any of the establishment agendas they support are carried out, because they can give the credit to the secret hero squad in the White House: WHAT IF DONALD TRUMP, THE ACTOR, REALITY TV STAR, AND MEMBER OF THE WWE HALL OF FAME IS THE AUTHOR OF THEANONYMOUSOP-ED? imgflip.com Did you know that Donald Trump is in the WWE Hall of Fame? He was inducted in 2013, and he’s been enthusiastically involved in pro wrestling for many years, both as a fan and as a performer. He’s made more of a study on how to draw a crowd in to the theatrics of a choreographed fight scene than anyone this side of the McMahon family (a member of whom happens to be part of the Trump administration currently). You don’t have to get into any deep conspiratorial rabbit hole to consider the possibility that all this drama and conflict is staged from top to bottom. Commentators on all sides routinely crack jokes about how the mainstream media pretends to attack Trump but secretly loves him because he brings them amazing ratings. Anyone with their eyes even part way open already knows that America’s two mainstream parties feign intense hatred for one another while working together to pace their respective bases into accepting more and more neoliberal exploitation at home and more and more neoconservative bloodshed abroad. They spit and snarl and shake their fists at each other, then cuddle up and share candy when it’s time for a public gathering. Why should this administration be any different? I believe that a senior Trump administration official probably did write that anonymous op-ed. I do not believe that they were moved to write it out of compassion for the poor Americans who are feeling emotionally stressed about the president. I believe it was written and published for the same reason many other things are written and published in mainstream media: because we are all being played. As a result of the New York Times op-ed, if this administration engages in yet another of its many, many establishment capitulations (let’s say by attacking the Syrian government again), Trump’s supporters won’t see it as his fault; it will be blamed on the deep state insiders in his administration who have been working to thwart his agendas of peace and harmony. Meanwhile those who see Trump as a heel won’t experience any cognitive dissonance if any of the establishment agendas they support are carried out, because they can give the credit to the secret hero squad in the White House

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Anonymous Op: Che Aew lHork Eimes Opinion Rumblings ofa 'Deep State' Undermining Trump? It Was Once a Foreign Concept IAm Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration I work for the president but like-minded colleagues and I have vowed to thwart parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations CE AGE Sept. 5, 2018 4265 Leer en español 阅读简体中文版 閱讀繁體中文版 The Times is taking the rare step of publishing an anonymous Op-Ed essay. We have done so at the request of the author, a senior official in the Trump administration whose identity is known to us and whose job would be jeopardized by its disclosure. We believe publishing this essay anonymously is the only way to deliver an importanit perspective to our readers. We invite you to submit a question about the essay or our vetting process here. President Trump's inner circle has criticized the intent of government organizations like the C.I.A. Doug Mills/The New York Times By Julie Hirschfeld Davis March 6, 2017 WASHINGTON - President Trump's allegations that former President Barack Obama tapped his phone and his assertions that the bureaucracy is leaking secrets to discredit him are the latest signs of a White House preoccupation with a "deep state" working to thwart the Trump presidency It's not just that the special counsel looms large. Or that the country is bitterly divided over Mr. Trump's leadership. Or even that his party might well lose the House to an opposition hellbent on his downfall The dilemma - which he does not fully grasp - is that many of the senior officials in his own administration are Just because you see things like leaks and interference and obstruction doesn't necessarily mean there's a deep state and it's nothing new," said James Jay Carafano, a fellow at the Heritage Foundation who advised Mr. Trump's transition. "What would be different is if there were folks from the previous administration that were consciously orchestrating, in a serious way, inside opposition to the president." orking diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations - that's something we've seen before, historically, I would know. I am one of them
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Anonymous Op: NYT Picks Reader Picks Al Luis Mendoza San Francisco Bay Area | Sept. 5 I know this is counter-intuitive, but here's my take: the Trump presidency is the end point of a road we've been on for over 40 years Times Pick UK's Best For Immigration PASSPORT Rated 5* By Londoners Like You. Call Us Now & Find Out How We C During this time (of Neoliberalism) democratic institutions and the rule of law have been systematically dismantled as the result of the wholesale takeover of all relevant levers of power by American oligarchs (both in industry, characterized by the rise of monopolies, oligopolies, cartels, media conglomeration, and government, as the result of influence-peddling corruption) VISIT SITE This process can be thought of a "creeping fascism," as the legal societal, and technological infrastructure for an eventual fascist state was put in place. Opinion Trump's ascension to power (however it happened) represents the tipping over (of the country) into an actual fascist state IAm Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration Within that context, I believe we've been experiencing a sort of psyops campaign at the national (and international) level; this situation has caused enormous stress on the population, to the point that people feel psychologically exhausted and overwhelmed l see this unprecedented anonymous op-ed in that light: as another (psyops) attack on the population I work for the president but like-minded colleagues and I have vowed to thwart parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations Who does it benefit (ultimately)? Trump. Why? It should be clear by now that he will not be impeached or prosecuted Sept. 5, 2018 Given that reality, and given the depravity of his administration, convincing people that he may be a little (or a lot) crazy will ultimately serve as a shield for future unconscionable actions. Leer en español 阅读简体中文版 閱讀繁體中文版 2180 Recommend Share Flag
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New York Times did it in 1780, publishing an opinion piece from an anonymous source inside George Washington's group. The source's initials might be B.A. although it doesn't say it in the story. "I Am Part Of The Resistance Inside The George Washington Administration": SUBS Opinion I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the George Washington Administration I work for the president but like-minded colleagues and I have vowed to thwart parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations August 1, 1780 Leer en español The Times today is taking the rare step ofpublishing an anonymous Op-Ed essav. We have done so at the request of the author, a senior official in the Washington administration whose identity is known to us and whose job would be jeopardized by its disclosure. We believe publishing this essay anonymously is the only way to dellver an important perspective to our readers. We invite you to submit a question about the essay or our vetting brocess here General Washington is facing a test to his power unlike any faced by a modern American leade It's not just that the special counsel looms large. Or that the country is bitterly divided over George Washington's leadership. Or even that his army might well lose West Point to an opposition who wear bright wigs and speak with an English accent. The dilemma _which he does not fully grasp-is that many of the senior officials in his own administration are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations What do you think would be my fate if my misguided countrymen were to take me prisoner? New York Times did it in 1780, publishing an opinion piece from an anonymous source inside George Washington's group. The source's initials might be B.A. although it doesn't say it in the story. "I Am Part Of The Resistance Inside The George Washington Administration"

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