6 Facts About Maggie Haberman

1. In 2008, Maggie Haberman was reached out by her old employer, the New York Post, to cover the 2008 presidential campaign and other political races.

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2. At the turn of the century, Maggie Haberman left the Post to join its rival the New York Daily News where she continued her earlier job of covering the City Hall.

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3. New York City born, Maggie Haberman has covered the much debated  2016 US presidential campaign.

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4. New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman noted that President Donald Trump is not supposed to tweet about the special counsel's investigation because it ultimately causes him greater legal problems.

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5. New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman said President Donald Trump doesn't want to fire White House Chief of Staff John Kelly directly and is trying to make him quit on his own.

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6. In 2010, Maggie Haberman was hired by Politico as a senior reporter.

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