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NBC Apologizes to Bachmann, But Apology Doesn't Come From the Top

An NBC executive has apologized to presidential candidate Rep. Michele Bachmann for the dustup on Jimmy Fallon's late-night show, but the apology did not come from the NBC president, and Bachmann takes issue with that, reports Newsbusters, which quotes her appearance on a radio talk show in Texas:

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Of course, I accept the apology, but my guess it would have been the president of NBC that would have been apologizing not a senior vice president of programming.


Do you think Bachmann is right? Should the apology have come from NBC's president?

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