N.Y. Post reports the Post is working with local authorities to launch a “newscast from a remote location” to cover the election.
The station’s reporter will be “an expert in election politics and the fundamentals of the campaign.”
The station says it will be using a newscast “in a controlled environment, on a remote station in the middle of nowhere,” which will be set up “for the sole purpose of reporting on the 2016 election.”
The Post’s political editor, Kevin Roose, said the station would “continue to use the New York Times and the Washington Post as our primary sources of news.”
Roose said the Post has “a history of using newscasts in ways that are both newsworthy and respectful to the news process.”
“I’m confident that our editorial staff will do the same,” Roose said.
“As a veteran of covering the presidential campaigns of President Bill Clinton and President Barack Obama, I’m confident the New Jersey Post will be the perfect choice for a new national platform for our national coverage of the election.”
This isn’t the first time the Post had a story about a candidate’s health, though.
The newspaper also reported that President Donald Trump was suffering from pneumonia.
It said he had a high fever and a cold.
“Our sources said that Mr. Trump’s condition is a sign that his campaign is in trouble, and they are not just talking about Mr. Trumps own health.
The New York Daily News reported earlier this week that the candidate’s campaign was struggling to pay doctors and staff, and that the campaign had to cancel a planned press conference for the president.”
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We look forward to covering the election in a way that brings Americans together to celebrate the election results and the democratic process.”
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