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Charlotte Klein / Vanity Fair:
Some US journalists question whether showing more graphic footage would force the public and political leaders to fully confront America's gun violence epidemic
Erich Schwartzel / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Tencent backed out of financing Top Gun, concerned about CCP's response to its pro-US messaging; Chinese investors are steering clear of US productions
Alex Shephard / New Republic:
MSNBC's hiring of Jen Psaki isn't much better than CBS hiring Trump's former chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, especially as networks claim to be bulwarks of truth
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