23 Facts About Bret Stephens

1. Bret Stephens declined a request from TheDC to explain the numerous errors in his column.

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2. Bret Stephens began working as a columnist at The New York Times in late April 2017.

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3. Bret Stephens is a former deputy editorial page editor for the Wall Street Journal and member of the paper's editorial board.

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4. Bret Stephens tweeted back to Walsh, "The column is about the tragic ubiquity of anti-Semitism in the Arab world.

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5. Bret Stephens has compared Trump to the Italian fascist dictator Benito Mussolini.

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6. Bret Stephens was a consistent critic of President Barack Obama, whom he charged with abdicating America's responsibility to lead the international community.

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7. Bret Stephens wrote from a conservative perspective, covering regions from South Asia to Russia to China, and addressing topics like safeguarding democracy, defending Israel and preserving America's leading role in foreign affairs.

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8. In 2004, Bret Stephens explained at an event held by the UJA-Federation of Greater Toronto that he moved on from the Journal because he believed Israel was getting an unfair hearing in the press.

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9. Bret Stephens was raised in Mexico City and educated at the University of Chicago and the London School of Economics.

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10. Bret Stephens took the helm of The Jerusalem Post at age 28.

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11. Bret Stephens has drawn criticism for his statements about the Arab world and for columns seeming to deny human-caused climate change.

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12. Bret Stephens maintains an Equal Weight rating on Bottomline Technologies but lowers the target by a dollar to $64.

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13. Bret Stephens is digging himself deeper into the climate hole.

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14. Bret Stephens has caused controversy for his remarks referring to an Egyptian athlete's refusal to shake his Israeli Olympic opponent's hand as "the disease of the Arab mind.

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15. Bret Stephens was a "prominent voice" among the media advocates for the start of the 2003 Iraq War, for instance writing in a 2002 column that, unless checked, Iraq was likely to become the first nuclear power in the Arab world.

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16. Bret Stephens has made several short videos for the conservative education website Prager University.

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17. Bret Stephens authored the book America in Retreat: The New Isolationism and the Coming Global Disorder, released in November 2014.

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18. Bret Stephens won the annual Pulitzer Prize for Commentary recognizing his 2012 columns for the Journal for "incisive columns on US foreign policy and domestic politics, often enlivened by a contrarian twist.

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19. Bret Stephens began his career at The Wall Street Journal as an op-ed editor in New York.

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20. Bret Stephens began working as a contributing columnist at The New York Times in late April 2017 and as a senior political contributor for NBC News in June 2017.

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21. Bret Stephens is, gulp, saying, "For once, I'm grateful for Trump.

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22. Bret Stephens has been a critic of Trump, but on Thursday morning offered a defense of the.

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23. Bret Stephens is a regular columnist for The New York Times.

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