In the wake of the Scott McClellan revelations this week, reporters and TV anchors (past and present) have split on how much to take to heart his criticism of the media for getting "hoodwinked" by President Bush on the run-up to the Iraq war. Katie Couric admitted some failings while Tom Brokaw admitted none. The debate got even hotter on Friday.
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