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OutFront online: Erin Burnett answers viewers' comments

CNN's Erin Burnett responds to viewer comments from OutFront's various digital platforms.


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  1. Joey at Purdue Univ

    ... Then again, social media does allow the Average Joe, with the click of a button, access to spheres of influence in society that they'd never be able to access themselves, or bridge communications between families separated by ten thousand miles, so I guess it's both good n' terrible.

    February 19, 2013 at 9:50 pm | Reply
  2. John

    I noticed also with you we tend to be selective on post published. Wouldn`t it be great if someone was writing a book the Rise and Fall of the Left wing media. Sometimes people do not use spellcheck on purpose in order to give the left wing medias Saul Aulinsky`s tactic and opening. Thank you for proving that even people who I beleive care have no character to stand up for the truth because of eithertheir own or their employers political views.

    October 20, 2012 at 2:01 am | Reply
  3. John

    I don`t care if anyone else but you reads this post. I own a small business and also thanks to Tivo watch about 5 hours of news a day. You are the only one out of all the Sunday shows and other broadcast since Wednesday that has gotten someone from the Obama campaign to admit they were lying about the 5 trillion dollars. I think you should get Candy`s job because she is way to partisan to the point of actually asking her guest what questions she should ask. Unfortunately at CNN you will probally be punished for extracting the truth. Keep up the good work maybe real journalism does have a chance.

    October 8, 2012 at 3:03 am | Reply

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