New York Times Calls Fox Segment ‘Malicious’ And Asks for an Apology

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The New York Times has asked that the television show “Fox & Friends” apologize for what a Times spokeswoman described as a “malicious and inaccurate segment” that aired last week accusing the paper of publishing a story in 2015 that had hindered the United States military’s attempt to kill Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS.

In response, Fox News published an update to an article on its website late Sunday, adding a comment from The Times stating that its 2015 article was published more than three weeks after the raid, and that the paper had described the piece to the Pentagon before publication and “they had no objections.” The network also acknowledged The Times’s statement in a brief Fox & Friends segment Monday morning.

Neither the article nor the segment acknowledged the paper’s request for an apology nor did they respond directly to the accusations of inaccuracy.

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