Reuters Made Two Unbelievable **** Ups On The Robert Lee ESPN Story

The Daily Caller | 8/23/2017 | Staff
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Reuters’ Twitter account claimed ESPN broadcaster Robert Lee was a doppelgänger and namesake of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in two separate, but inaccurate, Wednesday tweets.

Reuters issued a “clarification” moments after incorrectly suggesting the ESPN broadcaster was named after Gen. Robert E. Lee. The clarifying tweet failed to address their separate implication that the Asian American announcer bares a physical resemblance to the caucasian Civil War general.

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ESPN reassigned the announcer in response to the violence that occurred in Charlottesville, Va., Outkick The Coverage reported Tuesday night.

The network defended its decision in a statement released after the report emerged.

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“We collectively made the decision with Robert to switch games as the...
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