Letter of complaint from the Washington Post's managing editor, Philip Bennett, February 11, 2008

Letter of complaint from the Washington Post's managing editor, Philip Bennett, February 11, 2008 : The Clinton staff engaged in epic battles with the press. As the campaign's fortunes worsened, resentment at the press turned into personal attacks against reporters. In this letter to Clinton's campaign manager, the Washington Post 's managing editor complained that Phil Singer, a senior Clinton spokesman, was spreading malicious--and false--rumors about a Post reporter to one of her own colleagues.

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Joshua Green is a former senior editor at The Atlantic.

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