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Rolling Stone & UVA—Did the reporter have an agenda? How the CIA uses misinformation; should the media publish hacked emails? Obama's recent media blitz; an American journalist held in Iran.

Rolling Stone & UVA—Did the reporter have an agenda? How the CIA uses misinformation; should the media publish hacked emails? Obama's recent media blitz; an American journalist held in Iran.

August 26th, 2012
12:35 PM ET

Journalists Invade Tampa

Eric Deggans, Rachel Sklar and Howard Kurtz discuss how the city of Tampa is faring as journalists descend en masse – as well as ABC switching the time slots of nightly news show Nightline, and late night show Jimmy Kimmel Live!


Filed under: 2012 Campaign • ABC • Media • Politics
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  1. loracb123

    Condoleeza what is your problem? We went to Afghanistan to get Bin laden. News flash, thanks to our courageous President going against the odds with the decision to send our troops in, we got him. After your guy spent thousands of Americans blood and billions of our treasure, and paid billions to Pakistan to babysit the man, and build him a million dollar compound to hide in in plain site. And now, you say that MITT ROMNEY will do a better job, and that our leaving Afghanistan is sending the wrong signal. Tell me dear lady, when would you define the mission as being complete, since your administration failed to define what it was in the first place. YES IT IS TIME TO COME OUT, Enough of our beautiful brave warriors have died, or or crippled mentally or physically for life. We don't need to keep dong nation building and democracy over there, while the Republicans steal our democracy over here and return us to Jim Crow laws. Some of our military will find their families unablle to vote here in America when they return, while they have been overseeing elections in foreign lands. It's disgraceful. Memo: Our nation is for sale to the super pacs, the only way to stop it is for us to unify and get rid of the Tea Party Congress who have destroyed our democracy, whle we slept.

    August 30, 2012 at 4:42 am | Reply

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