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There's a very big difference between making honest mistakes and purposefully misleading the American people. Something that happens regularly. You can't say->>
]>> I'm not done. You cannot say->> Something that was completely fake, Sarah.>> You cannot say->> And he admitted it.>> That it's an honest mistake when you're purposefully putting out information that you know to be false.
Or when you're taking information that hasn't been validated, that hasn't been offered any credibility, and that has been continually denied by a number of people, including people with direct knowledge of an instance.>> Can you cite a specific story that you say is intentionally false?>> Sure, the ABC report by Brian Ross.
I think that was pretty misleading to the American people. And I think that it's very telling that that individual had to be suspended because of that reporting. I think that shows that the network took it seriously and recognized that it was a problem.