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In media news today, The Associated Press knocks Biden for ‘falling short’ on transparency, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky fails to disclose how many deaths were ‘from’ COVID-19, and The Washington Post blasts Justice Sonia Sotomayor for her ‘false’ COVID claim.A producer for "The Rachel Maddow Show" accidentally copied Rep. Madison Cawthorn's, R-N.C., office on an email Monday worrying Cawthorn might ask to come on the MSNBC program if they asked him for comment about a story.A senior "Maddow" producer emailed a Capitol Hill NBC News colleague regarding an Associated Press piece about a small North Carolina group disputing Cawthorn's re-election candidacy because he addressed the pro-Trump Jan. 6 rally last year.According to Cawthorn's office, apparently unaware the congressman's team was copied on the message, he asked his colleague to request comment from Cawthorn for fear that if a "Maddow" representative did it, "he might ask to come on and explain … don't want to take that risk.""We are kinda interested in this AP story (below) that just dropped about Rep. Madison Cawthorn. Asked for comment by Fox News Digital, Cawthorn replied with a statement that MSNBC feared him bursting its "woke dystopian bubble." "Fake news MSNBC doesn’t want to ‘take the risk’ that I’ll come on their show and trigger the left with my America First message and burst their woke dystopian bubble," Cawthorn said. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPA staunch Trump ally, Cawthorn said shortly after President Biden was inaugurated that he accepted his victory, but he has since continued to raise questions about the 2020 election's legitimacy, calling it stolen and unconstitutional.Fox News' Houston Keene contributed to this report.Get all the stories you need-to-know from the most powerful name in news delivered first thing every morning to your inboxSubscribedYou've successfully subscribed to this newsletter!

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