Donald Trump meets with The New York Times

President-elect Donald Trump visited The New York Times today in a meeting that lasted about 75 minutes at the publication’s headquarters.

Trump’s relationship with The New York Times has been rocky, with Trump posting tweets saying the newspaper is biased against him.

Reporters live-tweeted Trump’s comments and responses throughout the meeting. The topics, according to the tweets, were wide-reaching, including the Steve Bannon appointment, Syria, the Israel-Palestine conflict, Trump’s potential for conflicts of interest, and his meeting with President Barack Obama.


According to reporters, Trump ended the meeting saying he hopes that his relationship with The Times will improve.


Header photo by James Cridland – Creative Commons (Flickr)

Author: Maggie Parkhill

Maggie Parkhill, 23, is a student from Kitchener, Ontario. In high school, she wrote for the school newspaper and participated in political simulation conferences and student leadership. After taking a brief academic detour in an acting program, she returned to her roots and graduated from the University of Windsor with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a Law Specialization. Maggie’s articles have been featured on, an online magazine for college-aged women. One of her articles was shortlisted for a Her Campus national award, and many of her articles were featured on the national website. Maggie is also the founder of, where she records podcasts and writes accompanying blog posts on current political and feminist topics.

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