08 September, 2018
"Does the so-called "Senior Administration Official" really exist, or is it just the Failing New York Times with another phony source?"
McMahon isn't the only one to deny that she wrote the article either.
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The first lady, Melania Trump, even published a statement after suggestions that she could have written it, calling on the author to come forward and say publicly what he or she was willing to write anonymously.
"They don't like Donald Trump and I don't like them because they're very dishonest people", the president told reporters.
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".
President Trump said he believed the author was a female and suggested reporters at the New York Times should investigate the individual.
Tropical Storm Gordon threatens Gulf Coast, hurricane warning in place
Gordon could dump 2 to 4 inches of rain over parts of the Bahamas, the Florida Keys and South Florida through early Tuesday . Gordon formed in the Florida Keys early on Monday morning, and it has already battered southern Florida.
Alisson will be Liverpool’s first choice in Champions League, says Klopp
Liverpool have started this season by winning all four matches, momentarily leaving them at the top of the Premier League table. It was just unfortunate that I played on it [the injury].
Emery and Wilshere agreed to part ways after meeting for 15 minutes
But Wilshere indicated the Hammers are confident of heaping more woe on Arsenal , who have yet to earn a point under new manager Unai Emery .
Trump lambasted The Times and the op-ed's author, whom he described as someone "who's failing and probably here for all the wrong reasons", during a speech at the White House on Wednesday.
Trump also renewed his call for Congress to pass stricter libel laws - something that has historically been governed by state law.
Pompeo said if the piece is true, the Times should not have chosen to, "take a disgruntled, deceptive, bad actors' word for anything and put it in their newspaper". Democrats continue to call for an adjournment over the handling of documents from Kavanaugh's tenure in the George W. Bush White House.
"But no one wanted to precipitate a constitutional crisis".
White House aides have reportedly launched their own witch hunt for the senior official, with some resorting to contacting reporters to find out who knows what.
"In the same interview, Trump said he'd "shut down the government over border security in a second" if it were up to him and that he doesn't think Nike's endorsement deal with Colin Kaepernick is appropriate".