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Arthur Sultzberger's Entanglement
Arthur appeared on Charlie Rose and fell on his sword for Judy. He threw the previous editor's under the bus over weapons of mass destruction.
Arthur: I Think it's fair to say that those stories would not have run in the New York Times today.---That the WMD coverage that we ran would not have appeared in the paper today the way it did.
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Arthur: She's become too entangled with the story. She knew it, we knew it.
Watch what you say Arthur! Judy might have been listening. Maybe Charlie missed that reference?
Rose: What does "too entangled" mean?
Next question please.
Arthur: I shouldn't have used the word "entangled."
Yea-you should have!
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