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.
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Here's several of Carter and Vanity Fair's most notable Trump burns:
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.
This is a great story from Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter on Donald Trump. Carter used to edit the satirical magazine Spy, which took shots at the now-Republican front-runner for president. Carter called Trump a "short fingered v...
Vanity Fair says its longtime editor Graydon Carter is leaving the magazine at the end of the year after 25 years at the helm.
In what can only be considered to be the unlikeliest of meetings, Donald Trump is going to sit down with Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter.
President Donald Trump is at war with pretty much everyone (except white supremacists), but one of his oldest sparring partners is Graydon Carter, the inimitable Vanity Fair editor who announced Thursday he’s stepping down from his ...