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Vanity Fair is a monthly magazine of popular culture, fashion, and current affairs published by Condé Nast in the United States. The first version of Vanity Fair was published from 1913 to 1936. The imprint was revived in 1983 and currently includes five international editions of the magazine. As of 2018, the Editor-in-Chief is Radhika Jones.Source
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Trump Tells Americans Not to Worry About Coronavirus as CDC Says U.S. Outbreak a Certainty

Trump Tells Americans Not to Worry About Coronavirus as CDC Says U.S. Outbreak a Certainty

On Tuesday, one day after the Dow Jones had its , the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Americans that it is all but a certainty that the deadly virus will spread throughout the United States. “It’s not so much of a question of if this will happen in this country any more but a question of when this will happen,” said Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases. “We are asking the American public to prepare for the expectation that this might be bad,” she added ominously. One person who isn’t worried in the slightest? Noted...

February 25, 2020
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Is Trump’s Social Media Firewall Starting to Crumble?

Is Trump’s Social Media Firewall Starting to Crumble?

Snapchat, a multimedia-sharing and messaging app, instated a new policy on Wednesday officially distancing itself from Donald Trump’s incitement of “racial violence.” The social media company announced that the president’s account will no longer appear on its Discover timeline, a feature that promotes posts from notable accounts that a user doesn’t follow but may be interested in. Going forward, people who don’t subscribe to Trump's Snapchat won’t involuntarily see what he posts. The move came after Twitter, the White House’s go-to communication and messaging tool, added a disclaimer to one...

June 4, 2020
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Keeping Up With the Millers: Stephen Miller and His Wife, Katie, Found Love in a Hateful Place

Keeping Up With the Millers: Stephen Miller and His Wife, Katie, Found Love in a Hateful Place

It was a Sunday in mid-February at the Trump International Hotel. The whole gang was there: Mick Mulvaney, Reince Priebus, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Mike Pence, and yes, the Big Man himself. POTUS had flown in from Daytona Beach just in time for the party, hilariously complaining in his toast about having been inconvenienced by the groom, Stephen Miller: “He is the only one who could have a damn wedding in the middle of Presidents’ Day weekend. I’m sure it didn’t affect anybody here.” The rabbi was an adviser to the ambassador to Israel, and there was an Elvis impersonator. This may not have...

August 13, 2020
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Joe Biden Reportedly Calls Tea Partiers “Terrorists,” Outraged Soundbites Follow

Joe Biden Reportedly Calls Tea Partiers “Terrorists,” Outraged Soundbites Follow

He’s so harmless!During one of many closed-door meetings with Democrats, Vice President Joe Biden reportedly referred to the Tea Party as “terrorists,” as in, a group with whom one prefers not to negotiate. “They have acted like terrorists,” Biden said, . “What happened was there were some people who said they felt like they were being held hostage by terrorists. I never said that they were terrorists or weren't terrorists, I just let them vent,” . This episode is not even one of the more amusing Biden gaffes, but as you can imagine, the alleged remark precipitated a cavalcade of wooden...

August 2, 2011
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Seth Meyers Unloads on Jared Kushner for Scrapped Testing Plan: “He F--ked It Up”

Seth Meyers Unloads on Jared Kushner for Scrapped Testing Plan: “He F--ked It Up”

Seth Meyers called Jared Kushner a “sociopath” and compared him to a teen reboot of Hannibal Lecter on Monday, days after Vanity Fair on Kushner’s role in an apparent scrapped national coronavirus testing plan.“The U.S. now accounts for one-fourth of all coronavirus deaths in the world, and in some parts of the country, people are waiting as long as two weeks to get their test results. Which is insane,” an irate Meyers said on Late Night. “The whole point of testing is to find cases, isolate them, then trace their contacts. If it takes two weeks, it’s pointless.”“You might as well open a...

August 4, 2020
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“Absurdly Unconstitutional”: Trump Bypasses Congress From His Private Golf Club

“Absurdly Unconstitutional”: Trump Bypasses Congress From His Private Golf Club

President Donald Trump responded to stimulus talks with a series of executive actions undermining Congressional power that are unlikely to provide substantial economic relief and may face legal challenges. Trump said he would bypass Congress during a news event held at his private New Jersey golf club, where cheered him on as he signed orders on unemployment, evictions, students loans, and payroll tax, which he claimed “will take care of pretty much this entire situation,” the Washington Post.It was the second such event in two days, with Trump giving “paying members a front-row seat to a...

August 9, 2020
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“They’re Saying, ‘We’d Like to See Biden Crush Trump’”: For Some on Wall Street Beating Trump Is More Important Than Money

“They’re Saying, ‘We’d Like to See Biden Crush Trump’”: For Some on Wall Street Beating Trump Is More Important Than Money

Most of Wall Street, it seems, is happily preparing for a Joe Biden victory in November. “The majority of my friends on Wall Street would like to see Trump lose to Biden,” one very senior investment banker tells me. “They’re saying, ‘We’d like to see Biden crush Trump.’” And that is without knowing exactly what Biden and the 117th Congress—to be elected on November 3—will do about such important economic topics such as the corporate tax rate, the capital gains tax rate, or taxes on the wealthiest Americans. The consensus on Wall Street seems to be that a Biden presidency will mean an...

July 9, 2020
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“This Is Spiraling Out of Control”: Allies Panic About Trump’s Hospital Stay as White House Deflects

“This Is Spiraling Out of Control”: Allies Panic About Trump’s Hospital Stay as White House Deflects

As Donald Trump spends his second night at Walter Reed Military Medical Center, the White House is scrambling to contain the biggest crisis of Trump’s presidency, 31 days until the election.On Saturday, the West Wing plunged into damage-control mode after Trump’s physician, Dr. Sean Conley, told reporters that Trump was diagnosed with COVID-19 on Wednesday—a day earlier than Trump previously disclosed. The new timeline meant that Trump would have been contagious when he debated Joe Biden on Tuesday and attended a fundraiser on Thursday at his Bedminster golf club.The White House released...

October 3, 2020
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“Let’s Buy Trump Off So He Shuts the F--k Up”: Will Rupert Murdoch Spring for a Post-Presidential Fox Gig?

“Let’s Buy Trump Off So He Shuts the F--k Up”: Will Rupert Murdoch Spring for a Post-Presidential Fox Gig?

Thanksgiving at Mar-a-Lago has been a tradition of Donald Trump’s presidency. During his first three years in office, Trump spent the long weekend in Palm Beach playing golf, relaxing, and mingling with club guests. In 2018, Trump even brought in a singer to “Music of the Night” from Phantom of the Opera. But in the wake of losing the presidential election to Joe Biden, Trump won’t be hosting a feast at the resort this year. Melania Trump’s spokesperson Stephanie Grisham last week that the first family plans to remain in the White House for the holiday. The cancellation has fueled...

November 23, 2020
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Elizabeth Warren Will Embrace Big-Money Donors On Biden’s Behalf

Elizabeth Warren Will Embrace Big-Money Donors On Biden’s Behalf

Senator Elizabeth Warren will hold a fund-raising event for Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee who could ask her to join the ticket as his vice president. As the New York Times Saturday, the gathering of donors that Warren has agreed to (virtually) host in June, per three people with knowledge of the plans, is precisely the kind of top-dollar fund-raiser that she during her presidential campaign. Warren’s spokeswoman declined the Times’ request for comment, and Biden campaign officials did not respond to requests for comment.Warren seemed to align herself more with Biden this...

May 24, 2020
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