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March 20th, 2012
Interwebs Scramble to Scrub Malia Obama Spring Break Story

The AFP, the Huffington Post and other websites have scrubbed a report about first daughter Malia Obama's Spring Break vacation.

On Monday, the AFP reported that Obama's daughter was vacationing abroad, along with a number of friends and 25 Secret Service agents. The story was picked up by Yahoo, the Huffington Post, and the International Business Times, as well as UK publications like the Daily Mail and the Telegraph and other overseas publications like The Australian.

But on Monday night, the story had been removed from those sites .The AFP page for the story now links to a story titled "Senegal music star Youssou Ndour hits campaign trail," as does the Yahoo page. The Huffington Post page now links directly back to the Huffington Post homepage. The Daily Mail, Telegraph, and Australian stories now lead to 404 error pages, reading "page not found." The International Business Times story also links to the IBT homepage, though a version of the original story still exists here.

A spokesperson at the White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment, though given the late hour that can be forgiven. I will update here if and when I hear back from the White House, and if and when I hear back from spokespeople with the various websites and news agencies.

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mr - 2012-03-22
Yea a class trip for a bullshit little 13 year crack ho living it up on my tax dollar.................
by edward

Earthquake - 2012-03-21
Well, on Inside edtion they said once the earthquake happened...the glovers were off because it was a matter of her safety...and they were able to report about her trip...before it was policy not to report where the kids were...for there safety...yeah right...nothing about the cost...and it was called a class trip...
by Connie



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