John Solomon expresses confidence in the accuracy of his Ukraine reporting
"I have put out a fact document for every claim I made in my stories," declared the editor in chief of Just the News. "There is a document that verifies every word I chose in my stories."
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Just the News Editor in Chief John Solomon stood firmly behind the veracity of his Ukraine reporting Thursday, while adding that if he has made an error, he will correct it.
"I have put out a fact document for every claim I made in my stories," Solomon declared in an interview on "America's Voice Live." "There is a document that verifies every word I chose in my stories."
"But, listen, things that came out after impeachment show that people like Marie Yovanovitch, the ambassador, did not give us a complete story during the impeachment," Solomon said. "How do we know that? Her State Department documents I obtained by suing. She said she had no involvement except what she learned in the newspapers about Hunter Biden's company Burisma. She was meeting with Bursima's lawyers, she was reporting Bursima for a possible bribe attempt. She did not give us an accurate account. The media has not gone back and looked and said, 'Alright, Democrats said this was bad journalism, is it really?' No one went back and did it. I'm gonna ... challenge reporters to find the errors in my stories."
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