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The Trump ‘Access Hollywood’ Video: How the Washington Post Scooped NBC on Its Own Story

A question circulating in the TV industry over the Donald Trump “Access Hollywood” tape is how The Washington Post, which published the 2005 videotape Friday, managed to scoop NBC on its own story. “The footage of Mr. Trump came fro...
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