Rumsfeld takes shot at Woodward

From The Cable, a blog from “inside the foreign policy machine:”

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld’s chief of staff accused Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward on Tuesday of practicing “access journalism,” and said that Woodward has been repeatedly accused of “tilting the facts,” “misleading remarks,” “disingenuous statements,” and placing “book sales above journalism.”

See rest: Rumsfeld spokesman: Woodward practices “access journalism”

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