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Chelsea Clinton calls 'fake news' on NY Times journo's election night claim, update ensues

New York Times reporter Amy Chozick has a new book coming out about Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign. One article outlining the book at the Times is titled “They Were Never Going to Let Me Be President” (which is reportedly what Clinton said after it was clear she lost on election night).

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The title of the tweet was the opening sentence of the article. Chelsea Clinton took exception to that:

CNN’s Brian Stelter pointed out that the Times updated that sentence after Clinton complained:

That attribution wasn’t enough to satisfy many:

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Can we just blame Russia and move on?

Would the Times have been fairly quick to make a change after a complaint from a Republican?

Funny, that.

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