A Critical Issue Exposed Within the Mainstream Media 

The New York Times just knew that they had President Trump’s Ambassador to the United Nations dead to rights on this one. They had 52,701 reasons in dollars to nail her to the wall. The New York Times said that Nikki Haley had spent $52,701 for lavish decorations in her Manhattan ambassador’s apartment. Only they were wrong. It was not Ms. Haley that had ordered these improvements. It also was not someone else in the Trump administration, either. The lavish order for all these improvements came from the administration of President Barack Obama way back in then.

As Written and Reported By Chris Enloe for The Blaze:

The New York Times was forced to correct a story on Friday after it unfairly targeted Nikki Haley, the United States ambassador to the United Nations, for lavish decorations in her Manhattan ambassador’s apartment.

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The story focused on $52,701 of taxpayer money spent last year to furnish the apartment — which itself costs $58,000 per month in rent — all paid for on the taxpayer’s dime. The story’s writer framed the facts as if Haley was responsible for the decorations.

However, Haley — and the Trump administration as a whole — had nothing to do with the installation of the curtains. In fact, it was the Obama administration that approved the exorbitant spending, which came during a time of deep cuts within the State Department. This fact, while cleverly buried in the Times story, was initially ignored, leading to much outrage on social media.

However, conservatives and mainstream media watchdogs were quick to call out the Times for dishonest reporting. Hours later, the Times conceded the story “created an unfair…..

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