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Debate: Why Fox News’ Shepard Smith in ‘Outrage?’ and not CNN’s Anderson Cooper?

In today’s New York Daily News:

Outrage! director Kirby Dick and activist Larry Kramer argue about whether CNN anchor Anderson Cooper should have been included in the new movie, which attempts to out some conservative politicians and other celebrities.

Also, there’s an item about a new book about TV’s Merv Griffin, which “alleges the late casino and game-show king had “gay for pay” encounters with a studly high school quarterback.’’

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