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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Hillary bandwagon already rolling

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It looks like there may be collusion going on between The New York Times and those recent residents of New York, Bill and Hillary Clinton ("Journalistic malpractice over Benghazi," Commentary, Jan. 3). The New York Times is getting a jump-start in its push for Mrs. Clinton for president by completely exonerating her from any part of the Benghazi atrocities. It did this by making unsubstantiated statements way beyond our willing suspension of disbelief and passing it off as journalism.

This is a scandal within a scandal. Thank you, op-ed columnist Kenneth R. Timmerman, for exposing The New York Times' unprofessional politicizing of the egregious inaction at Benghazi by the Obama administration and its Department of State.

Berwyn Heights

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