You call that the Times admitting “the very misleading implications in its article.”
Keith
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So a lack of clarity leading to misunderstandings is what exactly? Misleading seems to fit the bill. But whatever you think it is, it was enough for them to feel the need to write a letter explaining it. Not exactly an every day event.

When did I said anything about wiretapping Trump Tower? In fact I’ve said the opposite. How about responding to what I wrote rather than inventing a strawman.

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