The New York Times Changes Wording of Article BECAUSE IT MAKES OBAMA LOOK BAD

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The media has always been in the tank for Obama but a recent story edit by the New York Times proves just how far they’ll go to protect him.

Alex Griswold reports at Mediaite:

NY Times Stealth-Edits Article to Remove Embarrassing Obama Admission

If you read The New York Times‘ story on President Barack Obama‘s private meeting with news columnists Friday morning, you may have caught one quote that made the President look particularly bad:

In his meeting with the columnists, Mr. Obama indicated that he did not see enough cable television to fully appreciate the anxiety after the attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, and made clear that he plans to step up his public arguments.

The President of the United States failed to understand that Americans were anxious after two major terrorist attacks in Western cities because he doesn’t watch TV? It’s an admission that opponents are sure to use to make the president seem out-of-touch at best, and unconcerned about a serious threat at worst.

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