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The Onion Nails It, Publishes Its Own Anonymous OP-ED

The New York Times recently published an anonymous op-ed, supposedly by a senior Trump Administration official. The Onion also had two people close to the President write to them under the condition of anonymity.  Please see their piece below:

Today, The Onion is making an unusual editorial decision, and we want to explain why. As turmoil continues to increase within the Trump White House, this essay offers an invaluable high-level perspective into the administration’s inner workings. Due to the sensitive nature of this op-ed, revealing the identities of the writers could jeopardize their positions in the administration. We believe, however, that any issues with the writers’ identities or their motivations for writing this piece are overridden by the necessity of informing the public about what it’s like to work for the president. That is why The Onion has chosen to publish an anonymous op-ed from two sources close to Mr. Trump who think their dad is the best president ever.

Which anonymous article is more valid? We report, you decide.

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