Trump Head to One Last Story to Sell. The Wall Street Journal will not buy it.


His comment inside The Journal was not appreciated.

A journal reporter who was not directly involved in the story told me that “the editors did not like Trump’s insistence that we were being prepared to make this hit work.” But reporters continued to work on the draft, as the White House’s indifference to the frantic timing in Thursday’s debate.

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Finally, Mr. Bobulinski grew tired of waiting.

“He was amazed about whether they were going to do it or not,” said Mr. Bannon.

At 7:35 on Wednesday evening, Mr. Bobulinski made an on-the-record, 684-word statement to a series of news outlets by email. Breitbart News published it in full. He appeared in Nashville the next day as Mr. Trump’s surprise guest to attend the debate, and less than two hours before the debate began, he read a six-minute statement to the press detailing his allegations The former Vice President was involved in his son’s business dealings.

When Mr. Trump stepped on stage, the president acted as if the email details and allegations were common knowledge. “You’re the big man, I guess. I don’t know, maybe you aren’t,” he referenced vague sentences from documents to Mr. Biden at some point.

As the debate ended, The Wall Street Journal published a brief, just a stub reporting Mr. Arddy and Mr. Darren. Its origin was that Mr. Bobulinsky had failed to substantiate the central claim. “Corporate records were reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, which shows no role for Biden,” the Journal reported.

When asked about dealing with The Journal of the Story, Editor-in-Chief, Matt Murray said that the paper did not discuss his newsgaming. “Our rigorous and reliable journalism speaks for itself,” Mr Murray said in an email statement.

And if you’re watching the debate, but not watching Fox News or reading Breitbart, then you wouldn’t know what Mr. Trump was talking about. The Trump team hoped that this campaign would be rapidly lost.

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