Joe Scarborough: Cowering to Hackers 'Can't Be Our New Reality'
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The United States shouldn't "cower" and give into hackers threatening to attack theaters if they aired a movie that poked fun at North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, talk show host Joe Scarborough said this morning. [Full Story]
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Joe Scarborough: Cowering to Hackers 'Can't Be Our New Reality'
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