Sunny Hostin Claims ABC News Tried to Censor Memoir Passages That

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The View co-host Sunny Hostin alleges that ABC News attempted to remove passages from her forthcoming memoir that reflected poorly on the network, journalist Yashar Ali reports. In his newsletter, Ali published excerpts from Hostin’s book, I Am These Truths: A Memoir of Identity, Justice, and Living Between Worlds, in which she claims that the news organization tried to “censor” her memoir months ahead of its release. “I didn’t want to believe that racism played a part in their revision requests,” she writes, per Ali. “We were just dotting some i’s and crossing some t’s, right?”
According to Ali, who obtained a copy of Hostin’s memoir from a source, I Am These Truths contains a forward alleging that ABC News asked her to delete passages that portrayed the network in a negative light. “Deleting those passages didn’t feel right to me,” writes The View co-host and ABC News legal analyst and correspondent. “They were all true, and they were some of the battle scars of my experience.”
Hostin reportedly does not reveal what passages she was asked to remove, but writes that the request came in early summer, as Americans took to the streets …

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