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March 9th, 2014
12:44 PM ET

Breaking up with Vladimir Putin

Former Russia Today anchor Liz Wahl talks to Brian Stelter about what led to her dramatic on-air resignation this week.


Filed under: Blog • Reliable Sources • Russia Today
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  1. Alan

    Please, someone introduce to CNN the novel idea of presenting both sides of a story instead of helping the government spin. The Russian RT has posted strong evidence that Liz Wahl was/is associated with the American neo-con crowd that, most likely set her up to "take out RT" credibility. RT has posted neo-con Twitter correspondances well before the broadcast, calling attention to the upcoming announcement by Wahl. They also posted selfies with Wahl and one of the neocons together, apparently quite happy with what they had done. Shame on you CNN for providing only one-sided propaganda coverage without even mentioning the opposite views and evidence.

    March 23, 2014 at 12:14 pm | Reply
    • passepartout

      Whats the difference between CNN and RT? I can't think of any

      March 23, 2014 at 12:34 pm | Reply
      • chuck rush

        RT show truth facts and social movements. CNN is complete war or non stop sensationalism.

        March 23, 2014 at 6:37 pm |
      • Alan

        The difference between RT and CNN was telling when after Wahl made her announcement on RT TV, the RT English language website ran the story with video of the announcement, without any spin. Only, more than a week later, that RT ran the documentation about Wahl's neo-con connections and the apparent neo-con conspiracy to take down RT.

        March 23, 2014 at 7:53 pm |
  2. passepartout

    Looks like Liz Wahl was describing Fox News and to a lesser extent CNN when speaking about biased and misleading journalism. She is another manifestation of rah-rah western journalistic bias that pervades American news media. Putin TV? Really? That confirmed my point right there.

    March 23, 2014 at 12:00 pm | Reply

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