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Another Big Story the Press Missed

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Posted: May 26, 2022 12:01 AM

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WASHINGTON — The day after Robby Mook, the head of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign for the presidency, implicated her at the top of a conspiracy to link Donald Trump in 2016 with a Russian bank, I could find no mention of it in the leading newspapers of the Republic, save The Wall Street Journal. The Journal covered Mook’s testimony in a federal courtroom quite well. Yet, I looked through The New York Times and The Washington Post with my legendary thoroughness and could find no hint of Mook’s testimony. Not even in the Help Wanted sections, not even in the much-vaunted Style section.The Journal covered Mook’s testimony thus in its first paragraph on page A4: “Hillary Clinton approved of an effort in the months before the 2016 election to provide the press with research purporting to show a computer link between the company of her GOP rival, Donald Trump, and a Russian bank, her presidential campaign manager Robby Mook testified on Friday.” Said the Times on this important piece of news on Saturday: “(Nothing.)” Said the Post on Saturday: “(Nothing.)” If I were a reader of either newspaper, I would want a refund. Quite possibly, I would want to switch newspapers to the Journal or to the Washington Times, which does not …

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