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35 Facts About Carl Bernstein
5. At the podium, Carl Bernstein made the argument that good journalism is a necessity in a society in which tensions are high between the White House and the media.
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6. Carl Bernstein is one of the renowned investigative Journalist and author from the United States.
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9. Carl Bernstein has been married three times, first to a fellow reporter at the Washington Post, Carol Honsa in 1968 and separated in 1972.
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11. Carl Bernstein left the Washington Post at the end of 1976 and worked as an investigative reporter for ABC.
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12. Carl Bernstein joined the Washington Post in 1966 as part of its metro staff, but in a few years he would bring the Post more attention than anyone could have imagined.
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16. Carl Bernstein says Trump no longer bulwark of the Republican Party.
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18. Carl Bernstein says there are widespread worries in Washington, though Republicans don't have "a lot of guts" to express their concerns publicly.
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21. Carl Bernstein addressed Trump's Friday statement that "no one believes in the First Amendment more than [he does].
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22. Carl Bernstein argued the media should consider editing and fact-checking the press briefings instead of treating them as a publicity opportunity for the White House.
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24. Carl Bernstein has argued recently that media networks should stop covering White House press briefings in full, calling the events "propagandist exercises.
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28. In 1992, Carl Bernstein wrote a cover story for The New Republic magazine indicting modern journalism for its sensationalism and celebration of gossip over real news.
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