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The opinion piece, which referred to Dearborn as "America’s Jihad Capital,” sparked outrage on social media.
The newspaper's conservative editorial board mocked their "paranoia" over the pop star that made Republicans "seem, frankly, weird."
The Wall Street Journal reporter was charged with espionage in March while on a reporting trip to the Russian city of Yekaterinburg.
Evan Gershkovich, who was arrested in March, and the U.S. government deny the accusations against him.
The hearing took place behind closed doors because authorities say details of the criminal case against U.S. journalist Evan Gershkovich are classified.
Donna Kelce, the mother of the Kansas City Chiefs player, previously said on "Today" that meeting the pop star was "OK."
The conservative newspaper took aim at Trump after he criticized Israel's leader and praised Hezbollah during a crisis in the Middle East.
“Being there, it was like having him back,” his father told CNN six months after the journalist was detained.
It's the "elephant not in the room," said the newspaper's conservative editorial board.
The conservative outlet savagely mocked the four-times-indicted Republican candidate in an editorial.