Trump Announces Surprise Meeting With A Longtime Nemesis


In a move that shocked most people, President-elect Donald Trump has revealed he will meet with Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter on Friday.

Carter has been a vocal critic of Trump for more than a quarter century.

In 1988, Carter published an article in Spy magazine in which he referred to the billionaire businessman as a “short-fingered vulgarian.”

The meeting has been scheduled for Friday morning at the offices of Conde Nast publications, located at One World Trade Center.

Also attending the meeting will be Anna Wintour, the editor-in-chief of Vogue, another Conde Nast publication.

The subject of the off-the-record meeting has not been revealed.

Wintour also had a previous falling out with the president-elect, for which she has since offered her apology.

The animosity between Carter and Trump has heated up over the past few weeks, following an article on the magazine’s website suggesting that the Trump Grill in Trump Tower was the “worst restaurant in America.”

Taking exception to the insinuation, Trump responded by posting on his Twitter account.

In a recent Vanity Fair article titled, “Graydon Carter on Trump’s ‘Only in America’ Election Win,” Carter lambasted Trump with “Only in America” comments, such as:

“Only In America could a man who offended Hispanics, Muslims, Jews, and African-Americans, as well as women, babies, and the handicapped, become the Republican nominee for president.”

And, “Only In America could a man whose staff reportedly took away his Twitter account because he couldn’t control himself be given the nuclear codes. (Thank you, President Obama, for pointing out that one.)”

This is not the only media outlet with which the president-elect met. In November, he had a meeting with the editors of The New York Times, as well as meeting with networks such as CNN, MSNBC and Fox. He also met with ABC News and CBS.

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