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Steamed Brauchli

Washington Post executive editor Marcus Brauchli emerged from the salon debacle unscathed. But now that he’s admitted he knew all along that the salons were intended as off-the-record fundraisers, it’s time to demand that he and publisher Katharine Weymouth come clean on what they knew and when they knew it.

Or so I argue in the Guardian.

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  1. lkcape

    To what end?

    The brush has painted them pretty well by this time.

    Or is this just another bashing for the sake of bashing?

  2. Newshound

    Katharine Graham’s autobiography for which she won Pulitizer is a wonderful, most informative, warm and entertaining book.

    Granddaughter Weymouth was born privileged. Late Atty. General Mitchell is not around to watch with anticipation to see that a descendant could actually get her tit caught in a wringer.

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