Trump: "Pundits, most of them aren’t worth the ground they’re standing on, some of their ground could be fairly wealthy ground, good ground" pic.twitter.com/ywkfgbSZeF
— Sopan Deb (@SopanDeb) October 2, 2016
Trump, letting go of his meagre moiety of marbles…
Trump's 1995 taxes show a $916 million loss, suggesting he could have paid no federal taxes for up to 18 years https://t.co/kedGabJpxe
— The New York Times (@nytimes) October 2, 2016
Based on return address/number of disparate pages, at least someone in Trump Tower appears to have issues w him https://t.co/hNEbusF1Kw
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) October 2, 2016
RYAN: So the question is: who would want to hurt Donald Trump?
RYAN: srsly tho
— Owen Ellickson (@onlxn) October 2, 2016
Yesterday, one of the NYTimes‘ least explicable hires, Alessandra Stanley, got some prime space in the ‘Fashion & Style’ section to discuss, in the most anodyne possible terms, “The Other Trump“…
"Tiffany did not consent to be interviewed for this article, although she did pose for its photo shoot." https://t.co/phaZVPcOfN
— Olivia Nuzzi (@Olivianuzzi) October 1, 2016
… For much of the campaign, except for a brief speech at the Republican National Convention, Tiffany — Donald J. Trump’s daughter with his former wife Marla Maples — has been the B-list Trump, off to the side in family photos and missing from the campaign trail and that now-infamously spooky ad aimed at the millennial vote.
She was left out of the biographical documentary of Mr. Trump shown at that convention and was unmentioned in news articles that detail the advice his three older children are doling out as the race gets tighter…
As the campaign grapples with the post-debate firestorm Mr. Trump started by fat-shaming a former Miss Universe, his youngest daughter may be around a lot more. He could use an extra young woman in his corner.
Mr. Trump’s team appears to be grooming Tiffany — gingerly — to pitch in on the campaign trail in the coming weeks, particularly with millennials. Her Instagram feed, which in the past was dotted with party shots of her and a group of close friends who have been called the “Snap Pack,” has been cleaned up, and her Twitter account largely restricted to campaign photos and a fund-raising pitch by Tiffany, and steering clear of any Skittles-like controversies.
Tiffany, according to her mother, has felt wounded by the media depictions of her as the forgotten Trump and is eager to help out on her father’s campaign as it heads into its final six weeks…
My speculation is that Marla Maples leaked the 1995 tax return. They were married at the time and filed jointly.
— Wyeth Ruthven (@wyethwire) October 2, 2016
If the Trickster God were a better scriptwriter, one could easily imagine the jump cut to Marla on the phone, yelling “We had an agreement, Donald — that you’d keep
Marla Tiffany out of your dirty business!”
It would be kinda awesome if it was her https://t.co/ORUVJahrgC
— Dana Houle (@DanaHoule) October 2, 2016
Also do you think the NYT posted this on Sat Oct 1 so that no one had used up their ten free articles for the month?
— Jeff O'Neal (@thejeffoneal) October 2, 2016