New York Times Loses Subscribers After Revealing Whistleblower Details
Tens of thousands of subscribers outraged after newspaper revealed personal details about whistleblower
Cancellations of subscriptions to The New York Times are growing in the wake of an article the paper published last Thursday, revealing personal details about the identity of a government whistleblower, reports Forbes. The whistleblower, who asked for anonymity, made a formal complaint about a July 25 phone call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in which President Trump allegedly asked for an investigation into Joe Bidenís son, Hunter, according to NBC News.
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