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The Huffington Post retracted a piece about Andrew Breitbart and Norah O'Donnell (Credit: Wikipedia)

The Huffington Post retracted a blogpost claiming that Andrew Breitbart “doctored a video clip from a White House press briefing in order to make it look like CBS anchor Norah O’Donnell was unhappy about the recent debt compromise during an exchange with White House press secretary Jay Carney,” Fox News reported.

The Huffington Post unpublished the post and apologized to Breitbart, according to Fox News. Ad Week noted that Breitbart “helped start HuffPo.”

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