The Fox News star went on vacation after his chief writer was exposed as a bigot, and returned just as he was accused of harassment. So he doxxed a reporter to change the subject.
“The Times has not and does not plan to expose any residence of Tucker Carlson’s, which Carlson was aware of before tonight’s broadcast,” the paper said in response.
The three most prominent conservative opinion pages have a grand total of one liberal columnist.
Yet another internal beef has emerged at the paper of record—this time over the alleged “doxxing” of the psychiatrist behind popular blog Slate Star Codex.
The president’s niece Mary Trump is set to publish a tell-all this summer—and to reveal that she was a primary source for The New York Times’ investigation into Trump’s taxes.
The 39-year-old Times boss now oversees a newspaper in crisis—and his leadership has never been under such intense scrutiny.
As a result of the fallout surrounding the paper’s publishing of Sen. Tom Cotton’s “Send in the Troops” column.