Judith Miller on her new book "The Story" with Webster & Nancy
Pulitzer Prize winning former NY Times Journalist Judith Miller describes her controversial reporting during the runup to the war in Iraq.
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and our former reporter for the New York Times spent some time in jail but. Smith instead revealing her sources. After 28 years of the New York Times and they cut her loose and that she has now written her memoir the story a reporter's journey as she joins us this morning Judith Miller the morning. Good morning what is sure how are you yeah I learned an error I can't say it's nice to have
just get bigger power line and they lied people died in the New York Times and news worse scrupulous so we went over everything. And believe me every historically double checked and if you read those stories today you see all the qualifiers here's what we know we usually don't know I. There was no rush to get scooped. They're what the desire to make this criticism go away and I think anybody who's ever worked for a larger global corporation. Knows what that's. Why don't allow the exit go away perhaps the news tonight that's even what the New York Times even sent like we were so soon real quick to get it out see you think. That actually the bigger story as
not is there any reporter that rises to a level at the New York Times were or any paper prominence. That escapes the attention of an editor. Ever I mean and Kenny Perry or reporter who don't write the story and boom it's in the pay. No not at all and believe me. And everything