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(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) Considering the length of time the media spent fawning over the Steele dossier, this will be an arduous process .
Following the big news from the Washington Post last week that the paper was making wholesale changes to its past coverage of the Trump collusion scandal, the New York Times is also addressing the role the press played in this mounting case of embarrassment. As a news organization, they are having a harder time coming to grips with their role, and making the public gestures and moves of correction.
The development in recent weeks of the Durham investigation leading to the indictment of Igor Danchenko has sent tremors throughout the media complex. Danchenko’s charges stem from delivering false testimony to the FBI, and it reveals him as the primary individual supplying the contents of the infamous Steele dossier. This undermines the claims that another man — Sergei Millinian -9 had been the main source of information, and here is where the problems expand for the news outlets.
Millinian was believed to be an outside operative, a foreign businessman with business relationships involving Donald Trump, ingratiating himself to be included in his political inner circle. Danchenko becoming confirmed as that source now established the Hillary Clinton camp as the originators of this alleged information, fed to Danchenko through Fusion GPS, who supplied Steele with the contents. This revelation means the Durham investigation is the second time this document has been exposed as a fabulist creation. The repercussions are widespread.
The media are also stung because of not only adhering to this source for years of coverage, but they were behind entrenching it as a valid document. Many of the largest newsgroups confirmed that Millinian was the name behind the dossier, and now they have been shown to be either willfully corrupt or painfully inept during this coverage. The Post has significantly altered two primary articles on the matter to the extent it has made the rarely-seen decision to republish them. Along with that, at least twelve other articles from its coverage have been changed.
The Times appears less forthcoming. In one piece […]
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