Revolt at the New York Times: freedom of speech-in-chief resigns after controversial article

The requirement of a Republican Senator, according to the use of the military in the protests in the USA had led within the newspaper to a revolt and the sheet

Revolt at the New York Times: freedom of speech-in-chief resigns after controversial article

The requirement of a Republican Senator, according to the use of the military in the protests in the USA had led within the newspaper to a revolt and the sheet in Erklärungsnot brought. The publisher of the New York Times, A. G. Sulzberger, said on Sunday, the newspaper was Bennet for his performance in may of 2016, "grateful". Now the journalist Katie Kingsbury will lead the opinion page in the interim.

"New York Times" distancing itself from "Send In The Troops"

The New York Times had announced on Thursday, the guest post from Senator Tom Cotton with the Headline "Send in the troops pure" ("Send In The Troops") in conformity with the Standards of the newspaper. A "rash of editorial process" had led to the publication of the Opinion article.

The newspaper also reported that Bennet had not read the post before publication. Cotton had written, among other things: "Above all, one will restore the order on our roads again, with an overwhelming demonstration of power, to expel the law breakers, arrest, and, finally, to deter."

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Updated Date: 08 June 2020, 02:26

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