Maggie Haberman, The New York Times

Maggie Haberman

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Recent articles by Maggie:

Trump Campaign Will Open Storefronts in Swing States to Reach Black Voters

The centers will register voters, sell campaign merchandise and promote policies that have benefited African-Americans, the campaign said. → Read More

One Side of a Nuclear Waste Fight: Trump. The Other: His Administration.

The president, eyeing the battleground state of Nevada, has made clear he opposes a nuclear waste site at Yucca Mountain, reversing a policy that was made in his name. → Read More

Mick Mulvaney Says He Often Disagrees With Trump (Just Never Publicly)

The acting chief of staff, addressing a crowd of several hundred in England, spoke freely about the impeachment inquiry into President Trump. → Read More

Russia Backs Trump’s Re-election, and He Fears Democrats Will Exploit Its Support

A classified briefing to lawmakers angered the president, who complained that Democrats would “weaponize” the disclosure. → Read More

Trump’s New Intelligence Director Faces a Legal Countdown Clock on His Tenure

Under federal law, Richard Grenell, the new acting director of national intelligence, may be able to serve only a few weeks unless the president nominates someone to take on the job permanently. → Read More

Trump Expected to Name Richard Grenell as Acting Head of Intelligence

The move would place a Trump loyalist atop the intelligence agencies long viewed skeptically by the White House. → Read More

Trump Commutes Corruption Sentence of Governor Rod Blagojevich of Illinois

The president also pardoned Bernard Kerik, the former New York City police commissioner, and Edward DeBartolo, a former owner of the San Francisco 49ers. → Read More

A Presidency Increasingly Guided by Suspicion and Distrust

Presidential paranoia is not a new phenomenon but Mr. Trump, burned by impeachment, seems to have elevated it to a governing philosophy of his White House. → Read More

Hope Hicks to Return to the White House After a Nearly Two-Year Absence

President Trump’s former communications director will return as an aide to Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser. → Read More

Trump Takes On Bloomberg and Once Again Hijacks a News Cycle

Like an assignment editor at a tabloid newspaper, the president poured accelerant on a negative story and got it trending on Twitter and cable news. → Read More

Trump Adviser Pushes Utah Congressman for Top Intelligence Post

The acting director of national intelligence is required by law to step down by next month, forcing the Trump administration to make a decision on the job. → Read More

Democrats Get the Attention, but Trump Aims to Put New Hampshire in Play

The president, who lost the state by a few thousand votes in 2016, now has the support of the Republican establishment. But not all Republicans are convinced. → Read More

Bloomberg’s Blunt Defense of Stop-and-Frisk Policy Draws Scrutiny

As the former New York City mayor starts to rise in the polls as a Democratic presidential candidate, an audio recording of him defending the policy in 2015 is circulating widely on social media. → Read More

Trump Travels to New Hampshire to Rally Republicans and Distract Democrats

On the eve of the state’s presidential primary, he arrived with a team of surrogates who will visit polling places on Tuesday. → Read More

Republican Senators Tried to Stop Trump From Firing Impeachment Witness

A handful of senators reached out to the White House to warn the president not to dismiss Gordon D. Sondland, the ambassador to the European Union who testified in the House hearings. But Mr. Trump went ahead anyway. → Read More

Farm Bailout Paid to Brazilian Meat Processor Angers Lawmakers

Lawmakers want to know why a Brazilian-owned company got payments from a program aimed to help American farmers weather President Trump’s trade war. → Read More

Impeachment Witness Alexander Vindman Will Be Transferred From the White House

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, whose testimony in the House inquiry infuriated President Trump and his allies, will be reassigned within the military, officials said. ‘I’m not happy with him,’ Trump said. → Read More

Trump Fires Gordon Sondland Hours After Dismissing Impeachment Witness Alexander Vindman

Emboldened by his victory and determined to strike back, the president fired Mr. Sondland, the ambassador to the European Union, after the White House earlier on Friday dismissed Colonel Vindman. → Read More

Trump and Kushner Saw Super Bowl Ad as Way of Making Inroads With Black Voters

Privately, some aides were skeptical that broad numbers of black voters, whose views of the president are overwhelmingly negative, would be persuadable this fall. → Read More

Trump Revels in Democrats' Iowa Dysfunction

The president mocked a breakdown during the Iowa caucuses at the same time he came under criticism himself for not showing full respect during the national anthem at a Super Bowl party. → Read More