Apr 15, 2016

New York Reporter Quits After Newspaper Endorses Trump

In a sign of just how heated this year's presidential election has become, a national political reporter resigned from his post at the New York Observer the day after the weekly newspaper – which is owned by Donald Trump's son-in-law -- endorsed the Republican front-runner a week before Tuesday's GOP primary. According to an article posted on the Huffington Post website and written by senior...

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