New York Post columnist Michael Goodwin reacted to news that a New York Times journalist reporting on leaks in the Senate Intel Committee was sleeping with her likely source for her stories.

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Wolfe, 57, was tasked with protecting classified information in his main role, however he has recently been accused of leaking such information to Watkins.

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Goodwin said the Times later hired her despite knowing she "had a romantic relationship with a source."

Watkins, 26, however failed to tell the Times that she was also involved in a "federal investigation," Goodwin said.

He said the episode shows a "complete collapse of standards in the mainstream media."

"If you hate Donald Trump, that's enough to get hired," Goodwin said of many media outlets.

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