WaPo Reporter Caught in Undercover Project Veritas Video Responds to Media Frenzy in Tweetstorm

As previously reported, Project Veritas released an undercover video Monday of Washington Post National Security Correspondent Dan Lamothe who admitted to the paper’s anti-Trump agenda.

Evidently, covering Trump the way they do is good business, even though it’s fake news, says O’Keefe.

Lamothe finally responded to the media frenzy after his Twitter mentions were blowing up. He responded to O’Keefe in a tweetstorm claiming he was likely recorded months ago without knowing.

Dan Lamothe tweeted, “I just landed at BWI to my mentions blowing up due to a video. It was likely recorded months ago, and obviously without my knowledge.” 1/

Lamothe continued, “While it’s a bit frustrating to see it, I can confirm that I work for a newspaper that tries to call bulls!#/$ on bulls!^*, as I put it.” 2/

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He really wants to keep his job at WaPo…

When the shock sets in…

O’Keefe trolled the Washington Post and tweeted, “First reporter at WaPo reacts to our first video — more than one WaPo official will be exposed on hidden camera in a matter of hours.”

O’Keefe said in a Tuesday Periscope that he will be dropping the next undercover video of the Washington Post in a matter of hours so stay tuned!

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