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.
‘Be Weak & Die!’ Seeking Clues Behind Trump’s Weekend Twitter Barrage

Mar 19

The profusion of more than 50 tweets, which stoked new tensions and nursed past grievances, came as the president was largely idle and skipped his regular weekend trip to his Florida estate.

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After 2 Crashes of New Boeing Jet, Pilot Training Now a Focus

Mar 16

When Boeing developed its 737 Max, regulators determined that pilots could fly the planes without extensive additional training because they were essentially the same as the previous generation.

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Trump Asserts That Michael Cohen Asked Him Directly for a Pardon and Was Told No

Mar 8

The president’s claim sharply escalated a fight over the veracity of the congressional testimony last week of his former personal lawyer and fixer, Michael D. Cohen.

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Bill Shine to Resign as White House Message Chief

Mar 8

Mr. Shine, a former co-president of Fox News, had joined the White House staff to manage President Trump’s communication operation.

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Giuliani Says Lawyers Have Sought Trump Pardons for Their Clients

Mar 7

President Trump’s lawyer said that he has always stated that no pardons are on the table now. He spoke as new details emerged about pardon discussions involving Michael D. Cohen, the president’s former fixer.

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Cohen Offers Documents in Bid to Show Trump Lawyers Helped With False Testimony

Mar 6

President Trump’s former lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, brought drafts of a 2017 statement he made to Congress, along with emails with Mr. Trump’s lawyers about its drafting.

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Cohen Offers Documents in Bid to Show Trump Lawyers Helped With False Testimony

Mar 6

President Trump’s former lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, brought drafts of a 2017 statement he made to Congress, along with emails with Mr. Trump’s lawyers about its drafting.

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In the Middle of His Official Business, Trump Took the Time to Send Checks to Michael Cohen

Mar 6

The dates on newly available checks shed light on the parallel lives Mr. Trump was living — at once managing affairs of state while quietly paying the price of keeping his personal secrets.

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In the Middle of His Official Business, Trump Took the Time to Send Checks to Michael Cohen

Mar 6

The dates on newly available checks shed light on the parallel lives Mr. Trump was living — at once managing affairs of state while quietly paying the price of keeping his personal secrets.

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Trump’s Black Supporters: Inside a Small and Divided World

Mar 2

Most black voters are Democrats, but even among the tiny collection of Mr. Trump’s dedicated black supporters, there are factions.

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Trump Ordered Officials to Give Jared Kushner a Security Clearance

Feb 28

The president overruled concerns from intelligence officials and the top White House lawyer about giving his son-in-law access to sensitive information.

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Trump vs. Cohen: The Breakup of a New York Relationship

Feb 27

“I regret the day I said ‘yes’ to Mr. Trump,” Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former personal lawyer and fixer, told a packed hearing of the House Oversight Committee.

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Michael Cohen Is Said to Have Plans to Go Negative on Trump During Testimony

Feb 26

Mr. Cohen’s plans were laid out in broad strokes by a person familiar with what he intends to say.

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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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