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CNN To Air Anti-Nazi Ad Fox News Rejected

A Night at the Garden

An ad for an Oscar-nominated documentary on Nazis warns that history can repeat itself, but it’s unclear whether Fox News viewers will get to see it.

The film, “A Night at the Garden,” walks through a 1939 Nazi rally that took place at Madison Square Garden in the heart of New York City. At the end of the black-and-white ad, a line of text flashes on the screen, cautioning, “It can happen here.”

Director Marshall Curry told HuffPost that CNN will air the ad, but that Fox News has rejected it.

According to The Washington Post, MSNBC has decided to run a tweaked version of the 30-second ad, which is set to air during “The Rachel Maddow Show.” The revised spot now includes a title card noting the film’s Oscar nomination.


State department issues Haiti travel warning as protests turn violent

Haiti riots cause travel warning to AmericansThe U.S. State Department issued a travel warning Thursday ordering all non-emergency U.S. personnel and their family members home.

"Do not travel to Haiti due to crime and civil unrest," the advisory said, adding "protests, tire burning and road blockages are frequent and unpredictable. Violent crime, such as armed robbery, is common."

The warning comes as protests in Port-au-Prince have turned deadly this week, with at least two people killed and dozens more injured, some severely, as police and anti-government protesters clash, Haiti Libre reported.




White House Correspondents' Association condemns attack on journalist at Trump rally

WH Correspondence condemn Trump attack on journalists

The White House Correspondents’ Association called on President Donald Trump on Tuesday to make it clear to his supporters that violence against journalists is unacceptable, following an attack on a BBC cameraman at the president’s rally the previous evening.

Olivier Knox, the president of the association, said in a statement that the organization “condemns the physical attack on our colleague at the president’s rally in El Paso, Texas.”


National Enquirer firm asked U.S. if it should register as foreign agent for Saudis

national enquirer special edition promoting Saudi Arabia

The company that publishes the National Enquirer was concerned enough that it may have acted as an agent of Saudi Arabia that it asked the Justice Department last year whether it needed to register as a foreign lobbyist, a person with knowledge of Saudi Arabia's lobbying efforts in the U.S. confirms to NBC News.

Communications between the Justice Department and American Media Inc. offer the fullest picture to date of interactions between the tabloid publisher and the Saudis ahead of AMI's release last year of a fawning magazine about Saudi Arabia's young leader. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, who has accused AMI of blackmailing him with intimate photos, has questioned whether Saudi Arabia may have been involved, a claim the kingdom denies.


Mistress’ Brother Leaked Bezos’ Racy Texts to Enquirer, Sources Say

Jeff Bezos' girlfriend's brother-in-law leaked photos

The brother of Jeff Bezos’ mistress, Lauren Sanchez, supplied the couple’s racy texts to the National Enquirer, multiple sources inside AMI, the tabloid’s parent company, told The Daily Beast.

Another source who has been in extensive communication with senior leaders at AMI confirmed that Michael Sanchez first supplied Bezos’ texts to the Enquirer.

The leaked texts, published last month, included notes from Bezos like, “I want to smell you, I want to breathe you in. I want to hold you tight.”



Amazon's Jeff Bezos Accuses National Enquirer Publisher of Blackmail

Jeff Bezos acceses nat'l enquirer of blackmailChief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos accused the National Enquirer and its owner David Pecker of extortion and blackmail.

The magazine published an expose of Bezos’s relationship with TV personality Lauren Sanchez, and Bezos has hired investigators to find out if the story was politically motivated. He owns the Washington Post, which has written critical stories about President Donald Trump, who counts Pecker as a close ally.

On Thursday, Bezos said that the National Enquirer threatened to publish more details and revealing photos if the executive didn’t stop the probe. A spokesman for American Media Inc., publisher of the National Enquirer, didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. The magazine investigated Bezos because his wealth and position made him a newsworthy subject, according an email from a lawyer for AMI that Bezos published on Thursday.


Before Expected Call for Unity, Trump Laced Into Democrats at Lunch for TV Anchors

Trump attacks Schumer and McCain at press luncheonFor public consumption, President Trump planned to use his State of the Union address on Tuesday night to appeal for bipartisan unity. But at a private lunch for television anchors earlier in the day, he offered searing assessments of a host of Democrats.

Mr. Trump dismissed former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. as “dumb,” called Senator Chuck Schumer of New York a “nasty son of a bitch” and mocked Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia, who he said “choked like a dog” at a news conference where he tried to explain a racist yearbook photo, according to multiple people in the room.

The White House declined to comment on the president’s remarks.


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