James Bennet
New York Times opinion page editor resigns over controversial piece by Senator Tom Cotton

The New York Times opinion page editor, James Bennet, resigned from his post on June 7, after an editorial column, titled ÔÇ£Send in the Troops,ÔÇØ by US Senator Tom Cotton became controversial. He had advocated using the military to quiet protests over U.S. racial inequality in the country. Displeased, Donald Trump called the newspaper in a tweet ÔÇ£Fake NewsÔÇØ.

Mon, 08 Jun 2020 - 09:54 PM / by Masumi Shah

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