14 Feb 2017 02:07 AM EST
Editors at the New York Times have reprimanded a reporter, for referring the first lady Melania Trump as a “hooker,” at an event on Sunday night. The reporter, who has not been identified by the media-outlet, came under fire on Monday morning, when supermodel Emily Ratajkowski made the reporter's remarks public in a series of tweets. She said she was sitting next to the reporter at a New York Fashion Week event, when the reporter made the remarks. In a statement to POLITICO, a Times spokesperson said, “The comment was not intended to be public, but it was nonetheless completely inappropriate and should not have occurred."
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