A New York Times reporter based her decision of when to “freeze her eggs” on Hillary Clinton’s schedule, regarding the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, according to her column in The New York Times Friday.
The New York Times reporter Amy Chozick, who is known for covering The Clinton Family, reiterated her strong support for the 2016 Democratic Presidential nominee, claiming she made her decision of whether or not to freeze her eggs based on the outcome of the election, she wrote.
“Every major life decision in my 20s and 30s — when to get married, where to buy an apartment, whether to freeze my eggs until after the election — had revolved around a single looming question: what about Hillary Clinton?” Chozick noted.
Chozick also reflected on the 2016 presidential election night, writing in the opening line, “Things were already looking bad when Chelsea Clinton popped the Champagne.” Chozick’s first line is false information, Chelsea Clinton later tweeted:
Hi @amychozick! The 1st line (“Things were already looking bad when Chelsea Clinton popped the Champagne”) is false. I would have been happy to tell you that if you’d asked, which you didn’t. Looking forward to the correction once you fact check. Thanks! https://t.co/gqppfDEEW1
— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) April 20, 2018
Jill Abramson, the former Executive Editor of The New York Times, who was fired in 2014, allegedly put Chozick on the “Hillary beat” for the 2016 presidential election. Abramson herself keeps an Obama doll in her pocket to get her through President Donald Trump’s administration, she claimed in an op-ed she wrote for The Guardian.
Chozick’s memoir, “Chasing Hillary: Ten Years, Two Presidential Campaigns, and One Intact Glass Ceiling,” will be released April 24.
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