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Newsweek retroactively edits 2015 Army Ranger report to support Salon hit piece on Tom Cotton

‘A dumb gotcha just turned corrupt,’ tweeted The Dispatch senior editor David French

By Joseph A. Wulfsohn

Fox News

Newsweek is facing intense backlash after the publication retroactively edited a 2015 report about Army Ranger School in order to support Salon’s reporting on Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark.

Cotton, who is widely seen as a top contender for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination, was the subject of a report last week from the liberal outlet that scrutinized his military service, particularly his reported claim on a congressional campaign flier that he “volunteered to be an Army Ranger.”

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