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12:10 AM ET, July 2, 2017

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Jason Le Miere / Newsweek:
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski say White House officials told them a negative story in the National Enquirer would be spiked if they apologized to Trump  —  Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski have accused President Donald Trump of effectively blackmailing them over a story …
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Philip Rucker / Washington Post:
Some inside the White House see Trump's media feud as “winning” because it energizes Trump supporters  —  To President Trump, no place is more comfortable than the middle of a fight.  —  This week had it all: Vicious tweets, nasty nicknames, an entrenched foe in the mainstream media …
Bloomberg:
Sources: Jared Kushner tried to buy The National Enquirer's owner, American Media Inc., three years ago  —  Tabloid newspaper bandied about in Trump's MSNBC Twitter war  —  White House offered to help spike story, MSNBC hosts say  —  The National Enquirer's ties to President Donald Trump …
Brian Flood / The Wrap:
In a statement, the National Enquirer says it had no knowledge of discussions between the White House and Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski  —  “We have no knowledge of any discussions between the White House and Joe and Mika about our story, and absolutely no involvement in those discussions," COO says
Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
Sources: Jared Kushner told Joe Scarborough he would need to apologize to Trump in order for the National Enquirer to kill a story on his affair with Brzezinski  —  As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump used his close alliance with the National Enquirer to attack his enemies.
Josh Gerstein / Politico:
BuzzFeed subpoenas federal agencies for details of probe into Trump-Russia dossier, as part of discovery in libel suit filed by tech exec Aleksej Gubarev  —  Media outlet seeks to use Russian tech executive's libel suit to seek records from spy agencies.  —  Add this surprising entry …
Discussion: @txtianmiller
Katy Waldman / Slate:
How journalists line the walls on Capitol Hill, hoping to catch senators saying more than just evasive, boilerplate answers on the US health insurance bill  —  The Capitol Hill unit of the country's fake news operation—50 or so crisply attired journalists with their faces deep in their phones …
Judd Legum / ThinkProgress:
Sources: Harvey Levin's personal friendship with Trump dictates the promotional coverage Trump receives on TMZ  —  Current and former employees speak out about how the celeb gossip site has changed.  —  After the release of the infamous Access Hollywood video where Trump was caught bragging …
Max Willens / Digiday:
The state of paying for news: 79% of US readers say they are unlikely to pay for online news in future, 16% paid for online news in last year  —  As news consumption has moved online and distribution has spread across digital platforms, publishers have focused on making direct connections …
Discussion: @emgollie
Max Willens / Digiday:
Publishers including CNN, CNBC, Bloomberg, Scripps, and Time Inc. announce video-centric skills for Amazon's Echo Show  —  The Amazon Echo Show, the $230 audio and video device launched in early May, is years away from being a niche product.  But large digital publishers are already crowding onto its small screen.
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