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In the wake of last week’s public spat between Bob Woodward and Gene Sperling, other reporters have been revealing their experiences of battles with Obama administration officials. Has this White House been tougher with the press than its predecessors? We’ll discuss with Dana Milbank of the Washington Post and Ryan Lizza of The New Yorker.
The latest in a long line of redesigns of Facebook will see dramatic changes to the site’s News Feed. We’ll assess the pros and cons of the updates with Kara Swisher of All Things Digital.
With the Washington Post’s recent abolition of its ombudsman position, the newspaper is now without a reader representative for the first time in over 40 years. Was this move a mistake? We’ll ask the outgoing ombudsman, Patrick Pexton and two of his predecessors, Geneva Overholser and Michael Getler.
What impact will Jon Stewart’s hiatus from the Daily Show have on the late night show? Gail Shister of TV Newser and Marissa Guthrie of the Hollywood Reporter will weigh in. They’ll also discuss excerpts released this week from a biography of Fox News chief Roger Ailes in which he calls President Obama “lazy” and Vice President Biden “dumb as an ashtray.”
Tune in this Sunday, 11am ET