"The article in question was published Monday and related the corruption trial of Senator Menendez of New Jersey, but in the entire report that runs nearly 1,300 words his party affiliation wasn’t mentioned once – he’s a Democrat."
After Texas Tribune CEO Evan Smith admitted that the omission was “odd,” the writer of the New York Times article responded.
“Not odd, just an oversight on my part after drafts,” Corasaniti said. “Adding back now.”
Obviously just an oversight.
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The OG article only has 38 comments, a bit light on comments from a deep blue paper readership. Could it be they dont want to hear about corruption in their own party. I mean that can't be it, if not what could it be?
"Top health officials from the Obama administration testified Tuesday that Sen. Robert Menendez pressured them to change a long-standing Medicare policy in a way that would benefit the Florida ophthalmologist at the center of the New Jersey Democratâ€™s corruption trial."