Maggie Haberman


Trump flushes Maggie Haberman scoop as "fake story"

Former President Trump said Thursday that he was "under no obligation" to return White House records to the National Archives and Record Administration at the end of his presidential term. Driving the news: Trump also denied that he destroyed or flushed "papers and documents down a White House toilet." Reports...

Maggie Haberman under fire for ‘saving’ Trump allegations for her book

New York Times journalist Maggie Haberman is expected to release damning information on former President Donald Trump’s relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, in her new book Confidence Man –but has come under fire for saving the explosive revelations for her personal project.Ms Haberman, who has had access to the White House and Mr Trump’s inner circle for years, through her work as a White House correspondent for The New York Times and a political analyst for CNN, claims in her new book that staff in Trump’s White House discovered papers blocking the president’s bathroom a number of times....

Journalist Maggie Haberman denies saving Trump toilet story for book: 'I'm not known for sitting on scoops'

New York Times White House correspondent Maggie Haberman is pushing back against claims her latest scoop about former President Donald Trump was saved for an upcoming book. Earlier this week, Axios revealed that Haberman in her forthcoming book about Trump titled Confidence Man reveals that while he was in office, White House staffers "periodically discovered wads of printed paper clogging a toilet — and believed the president had flushed pieces of paper." The report quickly gained widespread attention, but it also sparked claims that Haberman sat on the piece of information for inclusion in the book rather than report it at the time. Activist and author Amy Siskind, for example, accused Haberman of "knowing Trump was *actually* destroying information" and "hiding that story before he ran for re-election" in order to "[profit] off a book deal."

Drew University to welcome Maggie Haberman to virtual Drew Forum

Drew University will host Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times White House correspondent and CNN political analyst Maggie Haberman in the first Drew Forum event of the season . The virtual event will be held on Wednesday, Nov.17, at 7:30 p.m., with registration required. With a uniquely informed perspective having closely...
Washington Post

Maggie Haberman and the never-ending Trump story

NEW YORK — When the first Donald Trump story of the 2016 election cycle came her way, Maggie Haberman decided not to break it. It was May 2015, and Trump adviser Sam Nunberg was helping orchestrate the imminent announcement of the reality star’s candidacy. He tried to offer an exclusive jump on the story to Haberman, who had recently joined the New York Times after years of covering politics for several smaller publications.

CNN’s Chris Cuomo appears to scold colleague Maggie Haberman for ‘mistake’ of covering Pence 'incrementally'

CNN host Chris Cuomo appeared to slam his colleague, New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman, on Friday, for her coverage of former Vice President Mike Pence. Haberman, who is also a CNN political analyst, is on leave from the paper to write a book about former President Donald Trump but has continued to report on Trump-related turmoil. Her latest piece, "Pence, Diverging From Trump, Says He Was ‘Proud’ to Certify Election," apparently didn’t sit well with CNN’s "Cuomo Prime Time" namesake.
The Guardian

New York Times defends Maggie Haberman from Fox News attack

The executive editor of the New York Times defended Maggie Haberman as “one of the finest journalists of her generation” on Monday, after the reporter came under fire from Fox News. Dean Baquet’s statement was included in a piece on the Fox News website which accused Haberman of being fixated...