Times reporters tweet news of Donald Trump meeting as it happens

Times reporters tweet news of Donald Trump meeting as it happens

The meeting started out rocky, with Trump accusing the Times of being the "worst" media outlet in the way it covered his campaign.

Here are the highlights of what he eventually had to share.

Trump further tweeted that the newspaper had always cast him in the role of a villain and had spread nasty and vile lies about him.

Trump, who frequently railed against the mainstream media on the campaign trail for being "so dishonest", kept Monday's rendezvous off the record, but a source with knowledge of the gathering said Trump singled out CNN boss Jeff Zucker - telling him, "I don't like your network".

Though he declined to definitively rule out a prosecution, he said, "It's just not something that I feel very strongly about". At the second, Trump's camp had agreed he would respond to questions, on the record, from a group of the paper's reporters, columnists and editors.

The Trump aides were seeking to dismiss speculation that the parade of people summoned by the president-elect - which has included women, nonwhites and erstwhile political foes - has been merely for show.

Times editors and reporters also took to Twitter to deny Trump's account.

Before Trump's latest denunciations, Spencer told AP earlier Tuesday that he doesn't see either Trump or Bannon as members of his movement, though "there is some common ground".

The hefty pricetag on all this is due to the fact that all of Trump's New York-dwelling family-his kids and grandkids-also have to be afforded NYPD protection. He admitted that it would likely be hard to dissolve his business since it is centralized in real estate holdings.

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A story published by the Times Tuesday looks at how Trump's many business dealings could test a provision in the Constitution "should he continue to reap benefits from transactions with companies controlled by foreign governments". "There's never been a case like this".

Trump also said he saw no potential conflicts of interest between his new job and his worldwide businesses, and he disavowed praise and support from extremist "alt-right" groups.

Kushner, who is Jewish, has no experience in politics or global diplomacy. The move came a day after the Republican real estate magnate met with television anchors and news industry executives and reporters in NY in a session The Washington Post described as a contentious but generally respectful.

And those costs won't necessarily drop significantly once he moves to the White House. Rather, it's a way to use the presidency for the Trump family's further enrichment.

"Paul Ryan, right now, loves me". "I'd assumed that you'd have to set up some type of trust or whatever and you don't", he said.

Interestingly, The New York Times had aggressively criticised Trump in the run-up to the November 8 general election.

But the premise behind Trump's meeting with the Times was tremendously fraught. In Monday's meeting, media executives collectively could have delivered privately a powerful message to the incoming president about the importance of transparency and accessibility in a democracy, he said. "The NYPD is up to the challenge and the city of NY is up to the challenge, I have no doubt about that". "I have tremendous respect". "I think I've been treated very rough".

Social media was the cornerstone of Trump's successful election campaign. "They're going to have to come back", Louden said. "Unfortunately", he admitted. "I'd live about 20 years longer if I didn't".

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