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Carter managed to eviscerate him in his November column for the magazine, aptly titled: "Donald Trump: The Ugly American."
"I think we also sometimes need to take a beat to realize the progress that is being made."
Gwyneth has wielded her clout, and after a battle with Graydon Carter's magazine the story may disappear.
The 96-by-67-foot work, titled "Untitled 2012," was done by San Francisco street artist Barry McGee, and was commissioned specifically by the Conde Nast culture mag as part of their "Art in the Streets" program.
Sometimes a story so important comes along that you must drop everything else you're doing to work on it.
This Vanity Fair spread PROVES that women TV stars form a cabal that conspires to suppress—nay, hold in the fart jokes this country so deserves.
Christopher Hitchens, arguably the most entertaining and celebrated polemicist of his time, succumbed to cancer yesterday in a Houston hospital at the age of 62. Vanity Fair has compiled a video of his best rejoinders.
Scarlett Johansson discusses her naked body and Woody Allen's skin tags all in the same interview.
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