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Monday, December 28, 2020


Vanity Fair & The Hive National Correspondent Emily Jane Fox

When a national magazine like Vanity Fair runs a headline the likes have not been seen on polite newsstands across the planet it begs the question: who wrote the article? Was it a gin swilling beat reporter worthy of a few noir movies based on his or her life? Or, a sweet faced blonde writer turned journalistic Attila the Hen? 

For an answer bet on the hen, whose words are sharper than carbon steel.

“Hand them a S—T pie so gross they will choke on it’: Michael Cohen predicts Trump’s post-presidency legal drama.” 

That’s the screaming headline in the current issue of Vanity Fair written by Ms. Emily Jane Fox, who cemented her place on national media radar after Trump lawyer Michael Cohen was arrested early in Donald Trump’s shit show Presidency.  

Since then she’s become a one-woman Cohen article industry for the Conde Nast magazine empire and a force to be reckoned within the top echelons of political punditry in America. She’s a sought after Pulitzer Prize to be machine coming at a time when magazine journalism needs more Emily Jane’s. 

Nobody is keeping up with the DC grit like Emily Jane, especially when writing about Michael Cohen. Can’t wait for the next article in the meantime here’s a subheadline for the ages: The president’s former fixer knows his legal playbook—“I fucking wrote it”—and has some advice for the various parties pursuing cases against Trump, some of which rely on Cohen as a witness. 

As found on the Internet on December 21, 2020 CLICK HERE for her latest Hive article.

Emily Jane Fox Bio on Wikipedia: Emily Jane Fox is an American reporter for Vanity Fair online magazine The Hive and author of the 2018 book Born Trump: Inside America's First Family. Fox graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2011. In the summer before her senior year she worked as an intern at the White House. She then studied at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Fox began her journalism career as a business reporter for CNN. She left to work for Vanity Fair's The Hive. 

At 31, married, she is also a contributor for NBC News and MSNBC. In 2015, she started covering Ivanka Trump for The Hive during the presidential campaign. In November 2016, Fox, after an agent contacted her, began writing a behind-the-scenes book about President Donald Trump's three marriages and his relationship with his five children, as well as his son-in-law and advisor Jared Kushner. For more than a year, she followed the Trump adult children and interviewed more than 150 people. Her book, Born Trump: Inside America's First Family, was released by HarperCollins Publishers in June 2018. 

Born Trump made The New York Times nonfiction bestseller list at number 8 in July 2018. In 2013, while reporting for CNN Money, Fox received the Martha Coman Award for Best New Journalist from the Newswomen's Club of New York. 

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