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National Public Radio’s chief editor resigns after sexual harassment accusations.
National Public Radio’s chief editor, Michael Oreskes, resigned Wednesday, the day after a report said he abruptly kissed two women who were seeking jobs while he was the New York Times’ Washington bureau chief in the 1990’s.
Needless to say, left-leaning media and movie types have taken a beating in recent weeks from #metoo outings in the wake of movie producer Harvey Weinstein’s going down in flames.
So far, however, right-wing media critics have yet to make much of these outings as a manner of indirect confirmation of their ongoing cries of Fake News.
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