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New York Times Reporter Who Called Melania Trump a ‘Hooker’ Gets Humiliating Wake-Up Call

A New York Times reporter made a public apology after his employer made sure that he realized that calling Melania Trump a “hooker” was not in keeping with its editorial standards.

Jacob Bernstein took to Twitter to apologize after blurting out the epithet to model Emily Ratajkowski, famous for her stint in “Blurred Lines.”

It was clear that Bernstein took a step out of the line when he called Melania Trump a “hooker.”

Here is the reporter and documentary filmmaker’s mea culpa:

The Washington Examiner reported that the story was first made known by Ratajkowski herself

A spokeswoman for the Times did not return a request for comment from the Washington Examiner.

Bernstein’s comments about the first lady were first made public Monday on Twitter by Ratajkowski.

The model said she was attending a party in New York the previous night when Bernstein “told me ‘Melania is a hooker.’”

The story came after Melania Trump found herself victorious defamation lawsuit against a blogger, and comes ahead of a similar suit against The Daily Mail.