[media id=3081] [media id=3082] Friday's Worst Person in the World segment was preceded by a correction and apology to Rudy Giuliani for inaccurate
November 2, 2007

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Friday's Worst Person in the World segment was preceded by a correction and apology to Rudy Giuliani for inaccurately reporting a quote of his from an AP story. Keith Olbermann then promptly awarded Giuliani the Bronze for the corrected quote as it was equally offensive. In fact, Rudy was the recipient of the Silver and Gold awards for his own inaccuracies, in statements made about the last Democratic presidential debate and prostate cancer survival rates in the U.S. versus Great Britain -- the statistics he used, as it turns out, happen to be seven years old and completely bogus.

Ok, Rudy, Keith made his correction and apology...now it's your turn.

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