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by David Auerbach article In 2016, I joined CNN as a senior investigative producer.
I covered a lot of the same stories, and they’re just a lot more interesting.
I had a lot to cover and the stories that I covered were just a little more nuanced.
But what I didn’t know at the time was that I would one day be responsible for writing the story about Donald Trump’s son, Barron, whose father has long been the subject of controversy and ridicule for the way he treated his father in the White House.
This was back in February, just before Barron Trump’s first full day as a president-elect.
Barron’s life was in the spotlight for a couple of weeks as he went through a series of events that would have shocked most Americans.
On December 14, Barron attended a luncheon at the White.
His father, Donald Trump Jr., then went on the Today show and took the opportunity to criticize Barron for being a bully and a “pussy” who had made himself an international pariah.
The following day, Barron Trump tweeted a photo of himself with his dad, alongside a quote from a letter he’d received from the president-Elect’s eldest son, Donald Jr. The image of Barron Trump with his father went viral and quickly gained national attention.
The response was so overwhelming, that Barron was forced to issue an apology.
But the controversy didn’t stop there.
After Barron went on CNN to talk about the letter, his father tweeted that he’d never been better for Barron, adding, “I have no idea why Barron doesn’t get this.
What I do know is this: You’ll all be so proud.”
This tweet is not a lie.
Barron Trump and his father, both prominent politicians, were once known for their abrasive, combative, and sometimes mean-spirited public comments.
In the past, they would often come out of the shadows and engage in personal attacks, sometimes going so far as to make personal threats against a reporter.
They’d also occasionally resort to bullying, even if they were not directly targeting him personally.
This year, the controversy surrounding Barron Trump Jr. came to a head when he was seen in the public eye again in the form of a portrait of himself on display at Trump Tower.
The painting featured his father’s face, with his signature long hair and beard.
Barron also wore a “Make America Great Again” hat, and a Trump sticker on his lapel.
It was later revealed that the painting was an attempt to cover up his family’s relationship with his mother, and that he had been receiving financial support from his father.
After a brief period of mourning, Barron’s mother released a statement calling her son a “brilliant and dedicated young man.”
Barron’s father and sister were also at the meeting with President-Elect Donald Trump.
When asked about the photo of Barron and his dad and sister, Trump Jr said that he was proud of Barron, saying that he would have liked to see Barron again.
“If he was looking at my dad, I don’t think I would have gotten that picture,” Trump Jr told The New York Times.
“I wouldn’t have even been able to have gotten a photo.
He’s a great young man.
I’m proud of him.”
At the time, CNN did not report on the controversy, and the network’s president, Jeff Zucker, was not asked about it.
As the story broke, it quickly went viral.
When Barron Trump was first sworn in, his first official act as President-elect was to order a federal review of the president’s ethics and conflicts of interest rules.
He also promised to appoint a special counsel to investigate the president, and asked the Department of Justice to look into his father and his business dealings.
In January 2017, The New Yorker reported that the special counsel investigation would be led by a former federal prosecutor, Robert Mueller.
According to the magazine, Trump has asked Mueller to appoint three people to lead the investigation, including former Attorney General Sally Yates.
Yates was fired by Trump for refusing to defend his executive order barring travel from seven majority-Muslim countries.
Yates has since testified in front of Congress that Trump pressured her to intervene in the legal case against him, but she said she did not feel pressured.
“We don’t have a conflict of interest because I had nothing to do with that,” Yates told The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee in an interview with Rep. Elijah Cummings.
Yates later testified that she believed Trump pressured the Department in the Trump Tower meeting to end her legal career, but did not believe she was pressured into resigning because of it.
In an interview, Yates said that the firing of Yates and the special prosecutor investigation into her involvement in the investigation was a direct result of the special relationship between Trump and Pence.
“There was no other person in the room that could have made that decision for him,” Yates said.
“It was the most powerful thing I’ve ever been told.”
On Monday, the Washington Post reported that Yates’ attorney
by David Auerbach article In 2016, I joined CNN as a senior investigative producer.I covered a lot of the same…