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Did Jake Tapper just out himself as Chris Hayes' only viewer? [Updated]

Now this is a true test of journalistic integrity. Come on, Jake Tapper; we know you weren’t watching “All In With Chris Hayes.” It’s unlikely anyone else was either, so who tipped you off that he’s using clips from CNN’s “The Lead” to pad out his show?

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“This generation’s Edward R. Murrow” has been looking to bump up his ratings; maybe showing clips from other networks for the whole hour is just the ticket.

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Update:

The man himself assures us his momentary viewing of “All In” was accidental.

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