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politics. and i love my colleagues. i think we are still a band of brothers and sisters out there telling the truth. and you know, if you put something into a photo or take it out, you get fired. i mean you have to know with the new york times, the networks, all these people, they really hold the line, the line of integrity. >> marvin, you get the last word. >> i think that journalism in 1968 learned one huge lesson and that was about its government. the government of the united states. when it wishes to, it would lie. all to the american people using the press as the middleman and the press, therefore, they had a responsibility to speak truth to power, but to understand when power was lying and to
speak truth to the american people. >> marvin with his signature red tie. [ laughter ] from cbs news and nbc. and a long career with upi, pulitzer prize winning photographer and later at the white house. and now with cnn to both of you. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> thanks a lot, steve. >> c-span's washington journal live every day with news and policy issues that impact you. coming up on thursday morning, david sullivan, european union, ambassador to the u.s., will discuss the relations. bloomberg susan wooley talks about financial literally. join the discussions.
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