"Does the so-called "Senior Administration Official" really exist, or is it just the Failing New York Times with another phony source?"
Trump had threatened to sue the Times when he was running for president in October 2016 because of its story about allegations of sexual assault against women. "[Donald Trump] has a clear governing vision for the country and his record of results is remarkable".
Besides, the op-ed revealed that Trump's Cabinet originally speculated about invoking the 25th Amendment, which would start a complex process for removing the president, but they did not go with it because "no one wanted to precipitate a constitutional crisis".
The director of national intelligence, Dan Coats, released a statement denying that he or his top deputy wrote the piece.
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Authorities have yet to release the name or age of the child. "You don't want to take it lightly, of course", MacDonald said. By Wednesday afternoon the numbers were down to about 5,800 in Alabama, 3,000 in MS and a little more than 2,000 in Florida.
Vice President Mike Pence's office also denied on Thursday that he is the senior administration official behind the opinion essay.
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, for her part, seemed more flippant during an interview with Laura Ingraham on Fox News on Wednesday night.
US Representative Mark Meadows of North Carolina, a congressional ally of Trump's, said he thinks the issue is "serious from a national security standpoint".
"If you believe that this Times piece hurts Trump, you might be dumb enough to read the Times", Gutfeld said.
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With no Republican challenger, she is poised to become the state's first black woman in Congress. She became the first woman of color ever to serve in the city's council in 2010.
The Times took what it called the rare step of publishing an opinion column by the official under an agreement to keep the author's name secret.
"Nearly 62 million people voted for President Donald J. Trump in 2016", said Sanders.
It said the senior administration official's job would be jeopardized by its disclosure.
However, he said: "If you thought elections don't matter, I hope these past two years have corrected that impression".
All of this has led to what appears to be a frenzied search by the White House to determine the mystery writer, with Trump's advisers reportedly weighing administering lie detector tests to figure out who among them was the author - an idea raised publicly Thursday by Sen.
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She dropped only seven points on her serve playing on Arthur Ashe Stadium and needed just 57 minutes to rip through Tsurenko. Now, Osaka is one of those players on TV - and seeing the same experience from the other side is proving to be just as cool.