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This magazine titan wielded his publication as a weapon against Donald Trump

Graydon Carter, longtime editor of Vanity Fair and longertime nemesis of Donald Trump, announced on Thursday that he will step down in December from his post atop the magazine industry. We could think of no better time to review all the ways Carter and his magazine wielded words—spoken and written—as weapons against a man who became the most powerful on the planet. SEE ALSO: Vanity Fair is riding high on its Trump feud Here's several of Carter and Vanity Fair's most notable Trump burns: Little fingers The world now knows just how sensitive Trump is about his physical appearance, but Carter was well aware a quarter of a century ago, when he led Spy.
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