IS THAT EVEN LEGAL? New York Times Writer Asks If Anyone At IRS Will Send Him Trump’s Tax Returns

The media acts insulted when Donald Trump calls them the opposition. Then they act exactly like the opposition.

Yesterday on Twitter, New York Times reporter Nicholas Kristof published a tweet that urged a random IRS employee to leak Donald Trump’s tax returns to him.

Here’s the tweet:

Here’s a screen shot in case he decides to delete it:

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Other Twitter users responded to Kristof and some of them claimed that what he is doing is against the law.

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Fox News just aired a report on this:

Can you imagine a New York Times reporter doing anything like this to Obama?

Of course not.

And they wonder why no one trusts them anymore.



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