No follow-up questions for NBC?
Imagine if this had been a Republican political candidate. What would the list of follow-up questions have included?
- Why do you classify this as an error?
- Was it an error of omission or commission?
- What is the purpose of editing?
- Why wasn’t it posted that this was an edited call, in the same way that text edits are annotated when materieal is ommitted?
- How do you decide if the edit is faithful to the larger original context?
- How does this compare to your standards?
- Is this typical of your editing process? How do you know?
- Who monitors you?
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