War of words continues after AP CEO complained DeSantis spokeswoman ‘harassed’ a reporter online
By David Rutz , Brian Flood , Joseph A. Wulfsohn
Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis shot back at The Associated Press on Monday after the outlet’s incoming CEO accused his press secretary of harassing one of its reporters, saying the AP received deserved pushback for a partisan “smear” that could cost lives.
In a letter to Daisy Veerasingham, DeSantis blasted the AP for its “temerity” to complain about criticism a reporter received last week over his story that suggested a link between the governor’s touting of a COVID antibody drug from Regeneron and a political donor’s investment in the company.
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