Accuracy in Media

State Department: No, We Won’t Review the Iran Video Edit

Cover-up? Or trying to bury the story? Or both? State Department spokesman Mark Toner said the agency had “exhausted” its efforts to investigate the incident through an earlier inquiry, The Hill reported. The deleted section of the 2013 press briefing showed Jen Psaki, a top administration spokeswoman, acknowledging that the administration had misled media about secret nuclear talks between the […]

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White House: Video Edit Wouldn’t Happen Here

Dang, talk about shade/throwing the State Department under the bus! White House press secretary Josh Earnest said a decision at the State Department to selectively edit out a portion of the press briefing dealing with the Iran nuclear deal would never happen on his watch. “I feel quite confident in saying that no one would […]

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June 2016

6/6/2016 - State Department: No, We Won’t Review the Iran Video Edit

6/6/2016 - The Iran Video Edit is “Overblown,” says State Department

6/3/2016 - Congressman Demands Names of Who Altered State Department Iran Video

6/3/2016 - White House: Video Edit Wouldn’t Happen Here