Cam Simpson

Washington Correspondent, Wall Street Journal

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With the President just pulling away from  today's 9/11 memorial  at the Pentagon, CNN  broadcast a report  that the Coast Guard had fired ten times at a boat in the Potomac River.

Media Mistakes a Training Exercise for the Real Thing

With the President just pulling away from today's 9/11 memorial at the Pentagon, CNN broadcast a report that the Coast Guard had fired ten times at a boat in the Potomac River.

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