A. G. Sulzberger?
In January 2018, A. G. Sulzberger became the publisher of The New York Times. He is a member of the family that bought the newspaper in 1896, and the sixth member of his family to become its publisher. The New York Times, with 3.5 million subscribers, is read by more people than any other US daily newspaper.
Sulzberger, 38, did not plan a career in journalism. It was in 2004, while he was at university, that a professor convinced him to work as a reporter for a newspaper. In 2009, he joined The New York Times, and later he took over the job of publisher from his father.
In July 2018, President Trump invited Sulzberger to the White House. Afterwards, Trump tweeted that they had discussed fake news. Sulzberger said he had wanted to “raise concerns about the president’s deeply troubling anti-press rhetoric.” The NYT and Trump have been in disagreement before, and it seems as if the battle of words will continue.