Trump Threatens To Sue Pulitzer Prize Over Awards Given To New York Times, WaPo For Russian Collusion Hoax


Donald Trump is threatening to sue the Pulitzer Prize board if it doesn’t strip the New York Times and Washington Post of the 2018 National Reporting prize the news outlets jointly won for their investigation of Russia‘s influence on the 2016 election.

‘It is hereby demanded that the Pulitzer Prize Board take immediate steps to strip the New York Times and The Washington Post of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting. Pulitzer Prize Board’s failure to do so will result in prompt legal action being taken against it.

Please be guided accordingly,’ wrote Trump attorney Alina Habba in a letter to Bud Kliment, the interim administrator of the awards.

The former president, who has furiously denied he won in 2016 with any help from Moscow, cited a federal indictment that alleged that Russian-born analyst Igor Danchenko, a key source for infamous and unsubstantiated Christopher Steele dossier, fabricated conversations with one source and used a Democratic political operative as another.

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