1. REPROACH

    White House Demands Video Review

    *** FILE *** The White House in Washington, in this Tuesday, Nov. 18,2008 file photo. The White House weighed its options Saturday Dec. 13, 2008 for preventing a collapse of the troubled auto industry, once the backbone of the U.S. economy. Administration officials are continuing to gather financial information from the automakers, assessing the data, their cash position going forward," White House deputy press secretary Tony Fratto said Saturday.  (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)

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    The White House has requested YouTube perform an official review of the controversial anti-Muslim video posted on the site, which was still live Friday afternoon. Many hold the incendiary video—a trailer for an upcoming full-feature film—responsible for the eruption of violence in the Mideast and the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens. In a statement Friday afternoon, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said the request comes in response to a video that the administration finds “reprehensible and disgusting.” The White House has made it clear that the aim of the review is not to provide “justification for the violence.”

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