NYT’s Haberman reveals identity of Trump’s ‘drunk/drugged up loser’ -- and who else the president fears
New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman and President Donald Trump.

Following an early Saturday morning Twitter rant by President Donald Trump, palace intrigue centered upon which former staffer was accused of being a "drunk/drugged up loser."

Two former advisors were listed by name in the story, longtime political confidante Roger Stone and campaign advisor Sam Nunberg.

Both denied being the target of the commander-in-chief's social media bullying.

Now, the New York Times correspondent Maggie Haberman -- who was also a target of Trump's Twitter abuse -- has offered her analysis.

"Trump is referring to Sam Nunberg in his tweet," Haberman reported. "He’s too aware of what Stone could do to him to be that direct."

Following the revelation, Preet Bharara, the former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, asked, "Donald Trump is afraid of Roger Stone?"

"For years," Haberman replied.

The former federal prosecutor had a follow-up question, asking, "Who else?"

As of publication, the Times journalist had yet to respond.

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