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Rupert Murdoch

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They’ve started it. We’ve had bitter, personal attack on some of our people. They tried to destroy our credibility as a network. But it is only natural that the people can stand who were personally attacked and their children were personally attacked should fight back and I support them. I support my people completely.
Asked about feud between News Corp. with GE and MSNBC

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