May 19th, 2013
02:10 PM ET

AP under assault

Jennifer Loven, Jane Hall & Joe Concha join Howard Kurtz to discuss the Justice Department’s decision to seize phone records from the Associated Press.

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    The administration is reaching for power. They are stomping on the first amendment i couldn't agree more. I agree with concerned this story is only being covered because it affects the media.

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    Howard Kurtz sounds like a White House press secretary when covering the AP Under Assault story. Every other sentence he would stress that what was done was legal, which concerns me that as the mediator he is stating that, when members in Congress are disputing that point. They did not follow the rules for how to notify or what to access. They pulled everything. I think the real story is that the AP almost didn't know. The administration has been pulling phone records on American people in bulk without warrants for years. The only reason the story is now carefully being covered is because it affects the media. Joe Concha had good comments, but Howard would cut him off and carefully water down this story. Reliable Sources has become a joke.

    May 20, 2013 at 12:33 am | Reply

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