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He Said, He Said
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The Edwards campaign disputes a report by Peter Bart that I alluded to yesterday, but Bart isn’t backing down:

John Edwards’ presidential campaign wants to make it clear that he doesn’t consider Israel a threat to world peace.

Columnist Peter Bart reports that Edwards told a Hollywood fundraiser last month that the possibility that Israel would bomb Iran’s nuclear facilities is perhaps the greatest short-term threat to world peace.

Edwards’ spokesman Jonathan Prince says the article is erroneous. He says Edwards says one of the greatest short-term threats to world peace is Iran acquiring a nuclear weapon.

Bart says Variety stands by its report. The host of the fundraiser, Adam Venit of the Endeavor talent agency, didn’t respond to a message seeking comment.

Make of it what you will.

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