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Sanders clashes with Washington Post on coverage, as editor accuses him of pushing ‘conspiracy theory’

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 13 August 2019
Sen. Bernie Sanders is taking aim at The Washington Post – and the newspaper’s pushing back, labeling his attacks as a "conspiracy theory."
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News video: Washington Post Executive Editor Calls Bernie Sanders’ Claim About Coverage a ‘Conspiracy Theory’

Washington Post Executive Editor Calls Bernie Sanders’ Claim About Coverage a ‘Conspiracy Theory’ 01:16

The Executive Editor of the Washington Post is calling out 2020 hopeful Bernie Sanders for his claim about his campaign coverage. Veuer’s Nick Cardona has the details.

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