Sunday, September 4, 2016

Introducing a New Series: Trump and the Truth



On Friday, September 2, 2016 4:30 PM, The New Yorker <NewYorker@newsletter.newyorker.com> wrote:


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Friday, September 2, 2016
Books

How Should We Read Investor Letters?

Considering the correspondence between C.E.O.s and shareholders as a literary genre.

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News Desk

Introducing Our New Series on Trump and the Truth

In recent weeks, reporters and the fact-checking department at The New Yorker have put their efforts into a series of reported essays about Trump and lying.

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News Desk

Trump's Outrageous Claims About Crime and Immigration

He likes to champion perceptions over facts. And here, alas, the G.O.P. nominee may be on to something.

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Daily Comment

Revisiting Teflon Don's Early Fans

Four supporters challenge our casual assumptions about Donald Trump's short-term and long-term future.

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News Desk

Brazil After Dilma Rousseff

On Wednesday, the country's senators voted overwhelmingly to remove the President from office, but the consensus belied a deep national rift. 

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PAID POST

"Addictively readable." —NIALL FERGUSON

 
The Current Cinema

Prim Romance in "The Light Between Oceans"

Derek Cianfrance's film, starring Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander, is an old-fashioned enterprise, wedded to the principle that love conquers all.

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Culture Desk

Werner Herzog's Internet Visionaries

In its focus on dreamers, "Lo and Behold," the filmmaker's new documentary about the Internet, is a natural extension of his previous work.

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Daily Shouts

A Coloring Book That Stresses Me Out

Pages include "Watching other people bike in Manhattan," "Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston's super-aggro press tour," and other anxiety-inducing pictures. 

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Daily Cartoon

Daily Cartoon

Friday, September 2nd.

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