Breitbart News has learned from a source close to the White House that the story in the New York Time Magazine article is not true.
A source close in the White, House and Justice Department to the President confirmed that the article was not true and the White has not been told by the Times to stop publishing it.
“The president is not on the payroll,” the source said.
“He is not connected to it.
The president is very busy with the legislative agenda.
The White House is not paying the New Times.
The story is inaccurate.
We’re not paying them.”
The source said that while the president is aware of the story, the administration is “not taking any actions to stop the publication.”
The article is based on a claim from Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, that Kushner had “informants” in Russia.
A White House official did not respond to a request for comment on the article.
According to a source familiar with the WhiteHouse’s thinking, the story is being treated as a news article.
The article was published on Wednesday night, and it’s not clear whether it was the same story as the one published in the Times.
A spokesperson for the New Yorker, which has also been publishing articles based on anonymous sources, said the magazine’s story is not accurate and the magazine is “reconsidering our publishing policy.”
A WhiteHouse official, who was not authorized to speak publicly, said: “We’re reviewing our publishing policies.”
This is the latest example of the Trump administration being caught up in the Russia investigation.
The President was recently grilled by a Senate committee about his communications with the Russians, which he denied.
Trump has repeatedly denied any collusion with Russia.
The investigation into Trump’s ties to Russia has grown exponentially.
On Tuesday, a special counsel appointed by Mueller was sworn in and appointed a special prosecutor to look into the Trump campaign’s ties with Russia, which were part of the investigation.
“We have a special investigator in charge, he’s not a partisan investigator, he doesn’t have a partisan agenda,” a Senate aide said on Tuesday.