It’s primary day in New York, which means two things: my Facebook feed will soon become momentarily less clotted with insufferable Democrat infighting, and Donald Trump’s campaign is facing another round of self-induced heavy bleeding that will, somehow, still not kill it.
On Thursday, the Palm Beach County State Attorney declined to prosecute Corey Lewandowski, Donald Trump’s campaign manager, for battery. Lewandowski was charged in late March after former Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields filed a criminal complaint in earlier in the month.
Donald Trump’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski will not be prosecuted for battery, according to a report from Politico, although Michelle Fields still has the option of pursuing a defamation case if she wishes. Palm Beach County State Attorney David Aronberg is scheduled to make the announcement Thursday afternoon.
Former Breitbart News reporter Michelle Fields has been run out of her apartment after BuzzFeed and Fox News apparently accidentally published her personal information in unredacted copies of Corey Lewandowski’s police report.
On Wednesday, 16 conservative female members of the media joined together to put out a well-intentioned if demented letter urging Donald Trump, their party’s leading presidential candidate, to admit that a woman’s experience might be worth considering.
In a press conference Tuesday afternoon, Donald Trump, a plentiful field of dung piled into the shape of a presidential candidate, defended his campaign manager, who is charged with assaulting a reporter. He did that by suddenly claiming the reporter tried to grab him, and then suggesting the bruises on her arms came…
Corey Lewandowski, Donald Trump’s campaign manager, has been charged with misdemeanor battery after he allegedly assaulted former Breitbart News reporter Michelle Fields in early March.
Breitbart, a.k.a. Donald Trump’s Xanga, recently saw an exodus of staffers, after the publication refused to defend Michelle Fields’ report that Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski grabbed and pulled her to the ground. Staffers resigned, calling the publication “Trump’s Pravda,” and an “unaffiliated media super…
This weekend, following the deeply unsurprising revelation that Breitbart News Network leadership was significantly more concerned with preserving ties to the Donald Trump campaign than with showing an ounce of integrity, reporter Michelle Fields and editor-at-large Ben Shapiro publicly announced their resignations.
Furious troll Donald Trump’s only sympathetic publication is now, fittingly, a heap of anonymous, furious trolls.
Michelle Fields, the Breitbart reporter who alleges she was physically assaulted by Donald Trump’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, has filed a criminal complaint, according to the Independent Journal Review.
Donald Trump’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski grabbed Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields at a press conference Tuesday night, forcing her away from Trump and leaving marks on her arm, multiple witnesses have attested. Fellow Breitbart reporter Patrick Howley has reportedly been suspended after suggesting the…