www.drudgereport.com official website. “Among American news sites, The Drudge Report is widely regarded as the most conservative. The site, which is managed by Matt Drudge and Charles Hurt, primarily consists of links to stories from the United States and international mainstream media regarding politics, entertainment, and current events; it also includes links to many columnists. On occasion, Drudge will write original stories based on reader suggestions. As a weekly email dispatch for paying subscribers, The Drudge Report first appeared in 1996. When Newsweek decided to hold its story on the Monica Lewinsky scandal, it was this publication that made the initial public announcement.” ? Taken from the October 7th, 2019 summary
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