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New York Times Issues Major Editor’s Note to Nikki Haley Curtains Report: Created ‘Unfair Impression’

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New York Times Issues Major Editor’s Note to Nikki Haley Curtains Report: Created ‘Unfair Impression’You may have seen that New York Times report today about pricey curtains at U.N. Ambassador *Nikki Haley*'s residence, and the fact that the plans for the curtains were made while the Obama administration was still in charge.
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News video: New York Times Updates Curtain Story, Says It 'Created An Unfair Impression'

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The New York Times on Friday added an editor's note to its story on curtains.

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