Don't believe Donald Trump: He spun climate denial to The New York Times, and a lot of people fell for it - Salon

Don't believe Donald Trump: He spun climate denial to The New York Times EnlargeFILE - In this Saturday, Nov. 19, 2016 file photo, President-elect Donald Trump gives the thumbs-up as he arrive at the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster clubhouse in ...

A Washington Transition For Trump, And For The Rest Of Us - NPR

We are all in transition these days. Washington is getting used to the idea of a new and very different president, who is getting used to the idea of Washington. One thing we are learning about the mind of President-elect Donald Trump is that his train ...

No, Trump, We Can't Just Get Along - New York Times

Donald Trump at The New York Times on Tuesday. Credit Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times. Donald Trump schlepped across town on Tuesday to meet with the publisher of The New York Times and some editors, columnists and reporters at the paper.

How will the US media cover President Donald Trump? - BBC News

Donald Trump has attacked reporters at the New York Times and traditional media outlets and refuses to follow the Washington playbook. The relationship between the mainstream media and Trump is tense - and may soon get even worse. President-elect ...

Trump shifts stance on climate change - Technology & Science ... - CBC.ca

President-elect Donald Trump appears to be softening his tone on whether climate change is real and on his stated plans to scrap the recent multinational ...

Questioning Donald Trump - New York Times

Donald Trump leaving the New York Times after a meeting there on Tuesday. Credit Todd Heisler/The New York Times. It was good to hear Donald Trump “disavow and condemn” the white nationalism of some of his supporters, in a meeting Tuesday at The ...

Two Theories About Donald Trump's Meeting with the New York Times - The New Yorker

Evidently, it was the Dr. Jekyll version of Donald Trump who left his Fifth Avenue aerie around noon on Tuesday and skipped across town to the offices of the “failing New York Times.” Having first cancelled the meeting via a breakfast-time tweet—Mr ...

What conflicts of interest could Donald Trump have as president? - BBC News

As Donald Trump prepares to take over as the next US president, attention has turned to what he will do with the business that helped propel him to the White House. Concern has been rising over potential conflicts of interest between the government and ...

The Trump investments that could be a presidential conflict of interest - The Independent

US President-elect Donald Trump has stubbornly refused calls to turn over control of his business to a “blind trust” or an independent entity after he takes office. “In theory, I could run my business perfectly and then run the country perfectly,” he ...

At Lunch, Donald Trump Gives Critics Hope - New York Times

Donald Trump during his meeting at the New York Times on Tuesday. Credit Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times. Well, that was interesting … Donald Trump came to lunch at The New York Times. You can find all the highlights on the news pages, but since I ...

Trump Reassures the Media (For Now) - New York Times

President-elect Donald Trump leaving the New York Times after meeting there on Tuesday. Credit Todd Heisler/The New York Times. “I think you'll be happy, I think you'll be happy.” That was President-elect Donald Trump, talking to a group of Times ...

All the Donald Trump conflicts of interest we know of so far — and why they're dangerous - Mic

There are roughly a dozen examples — and counting — of situations that could open President-elect Donald Trump up to accusations that he is using his office to enrich himself once he assumes the presidency. Unless Trump divests himself of his ...

Trump on Climate Change - FactCheck.org

In a Nov. 22 interview at the New York Times, President-elect Donald Trump said he had an “open mind” about climate change, but he went on to repeat some of the same false and misleading claims that have been used by those who reject mainstream ...

What Trump should do about his business empire - Chicago Tribune

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, accompanied by, from left, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, Trump, Melania Trump, Tiffany Trump and Ivanka Trump, speaks during the grand opening of the Trump International Hotel-Old Post Office in ...

5 Trump business ties that pose conflicts - PBS NewsHour

U.S. secret service agents stand guard outside Donald Trump's Trump Tower in New York onNovember 12, 2016. Photo by Eduardo Munoz/ Reuters. NEW YORK — After Ivanka Trump appeared on CBS's “60 Minutes” wearing a $10,800 bracelet from her ...

Trump's Most Important Quotes From His Times Interview, and Why They Matter - New York Times

Donald J. Trump, the president-elect, during an interview with The New York Times on Tuesday. Credit Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times. Donald J. Trump sat down on Tuesday with reporters, editors and columnists of The New York Times for an exclusive ...

Trump fools the New York Times on climate change - ThinkProgress

Memo to media: Ignore what Trump says, focus on what he does and who he appoints. Trump waves to crowd as he leaves New York Times Tuesday. CREDIT: AP/Mark Lennihan. Donald Trump spouted incoherent anti-scientific nonsense on climate change ...

Donald Trump Needs the Media, Just Not the Media You Think - New York Magazine

Amid the steady drumbeat of news about major cabinet appointments, the main theme of Donald Trump's post-victory statements so far has been the continuation of his campaign's war on the media. Trump has continued to refuse the presidency's traditional ...

Trump's strategy of bypassing the media raises 'danger signs' - CBC.ca

"I hope we can all get along," Donald Trump told the room full of journalists on Tuesday, praising the New York Times as a "world jewel" of publishing. With those fawning words, according to the Times, the president-elect left the boardroom of the ...

Here are the campaign promises Donald Trump has backed away from so far - Globalnews.ca

While Trump has stood firm on some of his promises – including his vow to reform the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) – two weeks after winning the election, he appears to have reversed or softened his stance on several other high-profile ...