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.
Heather Nauert Withdraws From Consideration as U.N. Ambassador

Feb 17

Heather Nauert withdrew from consideration to replace Nikki Haley as ambassador to the United Nations. Her nomination had been proceeding without a completed background check.

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New Jersey Attorney General Seeks Records From Trump Inaugural

Feb 15

A state agency’s administrative subpoena comes after a similar request in a criminal inquiry by federal prosecutors in New York.

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News Analysis: Trump Puts Best Face on Border Deal, as Aides Try to Assuage an Angry Right

Feb 14

It was arguably the most punishing defeat President Trump has experienced in office, and it left the White House scrounging for other ways to pay for a wall.

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Democrats Lose on Detention Beds as Trump Mulls Options on Border Deal

Feb 12

Democrats claimed victory on Monday in their push to constrain immigrant roundups, but details of the tentative agreement appear to give the Trump administration leeway on detentions.

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Talks Over Border Security Break Down, Imperiling Effort to Prevent Shutdown

Feb 10

Lawmakers and aides familiar with the negotiations said the number of beds for housing detained migrants already in the country was the main sticking point.

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Trump and Kim Jong-un to Hold Second Summit Meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam

Feb 9

The meeting in Hanoi will be the second time President Trump has met the North Korean leader. The location is a powerful symbolic choice.

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Trump Accuses Democrats of ‘Harassment’ Over Congressional Inquiries

Feb 7

The president then went to the annual national prayer breakfast, where he implored attendees to open their hearts to faith and love.

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Democratic Donor Who Pivoted to Trump Draws Scrutiny in Inaugural Inquiry

Feb 6

Imaad Zuberi gave $900,000 to President Trump’s inaugural committee after backing Hillary Clinton in 2016, opening doors but also raising questions.

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For Trump, the State of the Union Is a Spectacle, and He Is Ready for It

Feb 5

The cinematic aspect of the annual tradition is one piece of the presidency that Mr. Trump embraces rather than disrupts.

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Trump Inaugural Committee Ordered to Hand Over Documents to Federal Investigators

Feb 5

Prosecutors in Manhattan demanded documents about the committee’s donors, including whether it received illegal foreign donations.

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White House Memo: What Do You Learn About Trump in an 85-Minute Interview?

Feb 1

President Trump offered plenty of clues for Trumpologists seeking to understand him during an interview with The New York Times on Thursday.

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Senate Evidence Clarifies Mystery Call Around Trump Tower Meeting

Feb 1

Phone records show that Donald Trump Jr. spoke to family friends — the head of Nascar and an investor with ties to Russia — around a 2016 meeting with Russians promising dirt on Hillary Clinton.

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Trump Says He’ll Leave Decision of Whether to Release Special Counsel’s Report to Justice Dept.

Jan 31

Roger J. Stone Jr., a longtime informal adviser to President Trump, appeared in court on Tuesday on charges in the special counsel investigation.

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White House Memo: The Many Ways to Leave the White House

Jan 29

Cliff Sims, left, a former Trump aide, and Sean Spicer, right, the former press secretary, on the South Lawn in June 2017, when they were both still employed at the White House.

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Trump Thought Firing Flynn Would End ‘Russia Thing,’ Chris Christie Writes in Book

Jan 27

The former New Jersey governor’s memoir paints President Trump as highly effective as a candidate — but someone who since has been ill-served by many advisers, including some members of his family.

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Stone Says Text Exchanges Cited in Indictment Were Mischaracterized

Jan 27

Roger J. Stone Jr., a longtime adviser to President Trump, said that he would prove his innocence in the case brought against him by the special counsel.

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Jared Kushner, a Confident Negotiator, Finds Immigration Deal to Be Elusive

Jan 27

It has been challenging for Mr. Kushner to negotiate a broad immigration deal that would satisfy a president committed to a border wall and Democrats who have repeatedly cast it as immoral.

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Trump Meets With Hard-Right Group Led by Ginni Thomas

Jan 26

At the meeting, which was unusual for the wife of a Supreme Court justice and a president, the activists denounced women serving in the military and questioned the administration’s hiring.

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A Bruised Trump Faces Uncertain 2020 Prospects. His Team Fears a Primary Fight.

Jan 26

President Trump at a campaign rally in Belgrade, Mont., in November. He captured the presidency with a largely improvisational candidacy, guided by his own instincts for personal combat and cultural division.

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Roger Stone’s Dirty Tricks Put Him Where He’s Always Wanted to Be: Center Stage

Jan 25

“I have always said, the only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about,” Mr. Stone said after he was indicted in the special counsel investigation.

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