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New York Times issues correction after calling Dick Cheney the president
September 11, 2014 8:42PM (UTC)
The New York Times this week issued a correction for a story summary that referred to former vice president Dick Cheney as the president.
According to the official correction on the Tuesday story, "An earlier version of a summary with this article misstated the former title of Dick Cheney. He was vice president, not president."
The idea of a Dick Cheney presidency, even for a fleeting moment in the online edition of the New York Times, made the following people feel super happy:
And this guy feel super sad:
h/t Mother Jones
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