Maggie Haberman

The New York Times

@maggieNYT

  • Currently covers politics for The New York Times.
  • Previously worked at CNN, Politico, The New York Post, The New York Daily News.
  • Haberman has broken news over and over, including major scoops on the Trump administration such as the ouster of Steve Bannon.
Giuliani Backpedals on Statement About Trump Aides and Collusion

Jan 17

“I never said there was no collusion between the campaign or between people in the campaign,” President Trump’s lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani said in an interview, a comment he later backed off from.

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In a West Wing in Transition, Trump Tries to Stand Firm on the Shutdown

Jan 17

Despite his public bravado, President Trump has had moments of frustration as he takes in negative news coverage of the shutdown, pointing his finger at aides for not delivering the deal he wants.

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At Trump’s inauguration, $10,000 for makeup and lots of room service

Jan 15

WASHINGTON — Private donors put up $107 million to usher Donald Trump into office in style two years ago, and it is now clear just how enthusiastically his inaugural committee went to town with it. There was $10,000 for makeup for 20 aides at an evening inaug…

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President Trump Rejects Proposal to Temporarily Reopen the Government

Jan 14

Mr. Trump said he did not want to extend the impasse over funding for the wall, but it was not clear what he saw as an alternative.

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Trump Pulls Back From Declaring a National Emergency to Fund a Wall

Jan 12

As he searches for a way to end the political stalemate with Democratic lawmakers, the president finds himself boxed in — a familiar position when it comes to immigration issues

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Mick Mulvaney Has Two Jobs. He Has Been Discussing Another.

Jan 7

Mick Mulvaney, who is President Trump’s acting chief of staff and head of the Office of Management and Budget, has discussed becoming president of the University of South Carolina, according to people familiar with the talks.

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A Wall and Two Prayers, but Little Progress at Weekend Meetings on Shutdown

Jan 7

Vice President Mike Pence, center, arrived for a meeting with Congressional leadership, along with Jared Kushner and Kirstjen Nielsen, at the Eisenhower Executive Building in Washington on Sunday.

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Trump Wants to Deliver Prime Time Address on Government Shutdown and Will Visit the Border

Jan 7

The White House has requested network airtime for President Trump to speak about the partial government shutdown, a person familiar with the request said.

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The Pen Proves Mighty for an Unlikely Trump Correspondent

Jan 3

The president relishes showing off the “beautiful” and “interesting” letters he receives from a man he once threatened with annihilation: North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un.

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Trump Says Mattis Resignation Was ‘Essentially’ a Firing

Jan 2

“What’s he done for me? How has he done in Afghanistan? Not too good,” Mr. Trump said of his former defense secretary. “I’m not happy with what he’s done in Afghanistan and I shouldn’t be happy.”

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Mitt Romney Faces Counterattacks From Trump Allies

Jan 2

Several Republicans assailed Mr. Romney, including the party leader who is also his niece. One Republican official urged colleagues to change party rules to ensure Mr. Trump’s renomination in 2020.

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Trump to Allow Months for Troop Withdrawal in Syria, Officials Say

Dec 31

The president had ordered that the 2,000 American troops in the country leave within 30 days, but said on Monday that they would be “slowly” drawn down.

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Lindsey Graham Suggests Syrian Troop Drawdown Will Take Longer Than 30 Days

Dec 31

“I think we’re in a pause situation” on the Syrian pullout, Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, said after meeting with President Trump at the White House on Sunday.

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Trump Digs In, Darkening Hopes for a Deal to End the Shutdown

Dec 31

The president has repeatedly called allies, reassuring them that he will not yield on his wall demands. But he has not reached out to Democrats, whose votes he needs for a deal.

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Kelly, on His Way Out, Says Administration Long Ago Abandoned Idea of Concrete Wall

Dec 30

The outgoing White House chief of staff’s comments come as a partial government shutdown caused by a fight over a border barrier drags into a second week.

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Trump Blames Democrats Over Deaths of Migrant Children in U.S. Custody

Dec 29

Many of the circumstances surrounding a boy’s death remain unknown, and the father of a girl has disputed the claim that she had been dehydrated before being detained.

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For Trump, ‘a War Every Day,’ Waged Increasingly Alone

Dec 22

At the midpoint of his term, the president has grown more sure of his own judgment and more isolated from anyone else’s than at any point since he took office.

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Mulvaney Called Trump a ‘Terrible Human Being’ in 2016

Dec 15

Mick Mulvaney, President Trump’s pick to be acting White House chief of staff, made the comment in a debate, and offered similar remarks in a post on his campaign Facebook page.

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Chris Christie Drops Out of Consideration for White House Chief of Staff

Dec 14

With Chris Christie taking himself out of contention, it remained unclear whom President Trump was leaning toward in his search for chief of staff.

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Cohen Says ‘Of Course’ Trump Knew Hush Payments to Women Were Wrong

Dec 14

Michael D. Cohen, the president’s former personal lawyer and fixer, leaving federal court in Manhattan on Wednesday after being sentenced to three years in prison.

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