New York Times meeting is reportedly back on after Trump abruptly canceled it

The New York Times will be conducting its scheduled meeting with Donald Trump on Tuesday, but it almost didn't happen.

Early morning, Trump took to Twitter and called off the commitment.

However, shortly thereafter, Clifford Levy, Assistant Masthead Editor of the New York Times, posted that the publication's meeting with Donald Trump is back on.

An attached statement noted, "Mr. Trump's staff has told us that the President Elect's meeting with The Times is on again. He will meet with our publisher off-the-record and that session will be followed by an-the-record meeting with our journalists and editorial columnists."

In his morning tweet, Trump had written, "I cancelled today's meeting with the failing @nytimes when the terms and conditions of the meeting were changed at the last moment. Not nice."

That was followed by another post, "Perhaps a new meeting will be set up with the @nytimes. In the meantime they continue to cover me inaccurately and with a nasty tone!"

Trump then asserted, "The failing @nytimes just announced that complaints about them are at a 15 year high. I can fully understand that..."

Trump's meeting with the New York Times comes a day after he called news executives and top anchors to Trump Tower, then, according to unnamed sources in the room, proceeded to criticize them for failing to cover him and the election properly.

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