On December 12, 2014, Times public editor Margaret Sullivan concluded, "While the tone of the email exchanges is undeniably gushy, I don’t think Ms.
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" In a Fresh Dialogues interview years later she said, "I was just teasing him a little bit because he was so earnest and he could be a little righteous and self important.
That’s not always the most effective way to communicate your ideas, even if the ideas themselves are right.
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Maureen Dowd is a famous American journalist, who was born on January 14, 1952.
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