Since the ban was imposed in mid-June, Post reporters have not been allowed into the press area at campaign rallies. They have been able to attend as private citizens. Trump announced the ban in a June 13 Facebook post. “Based on the incredibly inaccurate coverage and reporting of the record setting Trump campaign, we are hereby revoking the press credentials of the phony and dishonest Washington Post,” he wrote. click to readThe trigger for the ban was a headline on a Post story about his comments following the shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida: “Donald Trump suggests President Obama was involved with Orlando shooting.” The Post later adjusted its story to make the headline tamer; it now reads, “Donald Trump seems to connect President Obama to Orlando shooting.” At the time, Post spokeswoman Kris Coratti told CNNMoney that the headline was changed for editorial reasons: It was changed “shortly after it posted to more properly reflect what Trump said. We did so on our own; the Trump campaign never contacted us about it,” Coratti said. It wasn’t Trump’s first time using this weapon against the press. Other news outlets that have been on the Trump blacklist include BuzzFeed, The Huffington Post and Politico. It may not be his last, either. On Monday, Trump implied that he may try to ban the New York Times from his rallies. “The Washington Post has gotten a little bit better lately, I took away their press credentials.
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The recently enforced regulations have made the UK payday loans market safer for consumers, but much more competitive for lenders. To improve client acquisition and satisfaction, and make his business stand out from the rest, Mr Akerman has coupled a unique fusion of technology with a sincere intention to help people. The result was a business model that is changing the world of payday loans. With the ongoing chaos about payday loans in the US, The Inc.com article discussed in details this new business model and interviewed its founder in a move to see if payday lenders in America can follow the same example. Mr Akerman explained, Before our desire to make money is our desire to help and protect people when applying for loans online. After years of cybercrime investigation, I was tired of seeing customers being manipulated by immoral lenders. I was determined to make use of the technology we have available to build a model that will ensure that no one ever has to deal with irresponsible lenders again.” He adds, “It was a privilege to share my business model with Inc.com. I know that this model is unique in the UK market, and is sure to take the payday loan market in the US to the next level, if implemented strategically. The full interview can be found here . About Cashfloat: Cashfloat.co.uk is a trading style of Western Circle Limited; an FCA-fully authorised direct lender.
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