— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) November 18, 2019
- Congress members are asking questions about ABC News’s decision to kill a 2015 story about alleged child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.
- House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy sent a letter to the network’s president Sunday demanding answers about why it killed the Epstein story.
- Journalist Megyn Kelly obtained an exclusive copy of the letter and reported it through her social media accounts Sunday.
Prince Andrew’s PR guru quit two weeks ago, after he had warned the duke not to give a TV interview about his connection to paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Jason Stein, 28, only started his job as communications secretary to the Duke of York in September but resigned before Andrew spoke to the BBC’s Newsnight programme about sex allegations made against him. Mr Stein lost his previous job as special adviser to Amber Rudd when she quit as Work and Pensions Secretary in protest at Boris Johnson removing the whip from 21 MPs over Brexit. The ‘no holds barred’ interview with Prince Andrew was filmed at Buckingham Palace on Thursday and broadcast on Saturday night. Reaction has broadly branded it a PR disaster with one royal expert calling it ‘nuclear explosion level bad’.