CNN's Jordan Resigns Over Iraq Remarks Eason Jordan resigned last night as CNN's chief news executive in an effort to quell a burgeoning controversy
February 11, 2005

CNN's Jordan Resigns Over Iraq Remarks

Eason Jordan resigned last night as CNN's chief news executive in an effort to quell a burgeoning controversy over his remarks about U.S. soldiers killing journalists in Iraq.

Even as he said he had misspoken at an international conference in suggesting that coalition troops had "targeted" a dozen journalists and insisted he never believed that, Jordan was being pounded hourly by bloggers, liberals as well as conservatives, who provided the rocket fuel for a story that otherwise might have fizzled. read on

We know how bad he was on the Jeff Gannon story. How do you think he does here?

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