Closed captioning of: Pulitzer for National Enquirer?
barren by wildfires.
net a supermarket tabloid the
. let's get the scoop from courtney, msnbc.com
" breaks one of the biggest stories we've had in recent memory, the
scandal, denying his child. the "
" came out in
that proved that was his child. finally you had him admitting what had gone on. naturally i think any news organization who broke that sort of story would want to do, they threw their name in the hat for the
. initially there was talk they wouldn't be considered because of their tabloid status. it's been confirmed by people close to the pulitzer committee this they are, indeed, being considered for the pulitzer.
i think it's entirely fair. among things the "
" revealed, it basically led to the
probe that will be finding out more about that in, i believe, next month, whether he mismanaged campaign donations and all types of funding. i think they did fantastic reporting in this case. is it the "
" at the end of the day? yes. why should something considered a tabloid not be capable of hard news reporting and be punished because what they are seen at the supermarket news stand. interesting. we'll see how that plays out. this weekend after thinking about
please go to the movies. the big talk "shutter island"
. this was supposed to come out in october pushed to
because of the economy. a lot of people thought it might be a
. february is historically a month where movies go to die. studio paramount said releasing in the fourth quarter would have been devastating.
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