After a "contentious" live on-air interview with journalist Glenn Greenwald during NPR's "Morning Edition" morning was apparently scrubbed from its online version of the show, several people uploaded the deleted portion to the web so that people could hear what it seemed the public radio broadcaster did not want people to hear.
"NPR bizarrely seems to have deleted their own lie-filled interview with me and replaced it with something else," Greenwald tweeted on Thursday, "even as it still promotes the page as including its interview of me. Where is it,
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After Greenwald tweeted about his interview disappearing, NPR tweeted:
We saw this issue on the site and have been working to fix it. The interview is on https://t.co/iTUba9K7el as it aired this morning, beginning at (roughly) 3:31: https://t.co/EvyQ6vBB2D https://t.co/uLCloiPKza
— NPR Extra (@NPRextra) April 11, 2019