Fight fire with fire: opponents borrow from Trump's playbook
March 28, 2018
WASHINGTON (AP) — Looking to get ahead in President Donald Trump's Washington? Borrow his media playbook.
With suggestive statements, cryptic tweets, provocative lawsuits and must-see television interviews, Trump's adversaries are using some of his own tactics to grab — and keep — the spotlight. From adult film star Stormy Daniels to former FBI Director James Comey, each has become a must-see supporting character in the president's daily drama.
At the moment, the most visible is Daniels, who received a $130,000 payment to stay silent about an alleged affair with Trump and is now seeki...
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