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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->>
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]>> 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.
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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.
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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.