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CAN'T WE ALL JUST GET ALONG?

West Wing creator Aaron Sorkin — who complained that NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw's Jan. 23 special, The Bush White House: Inside the Real West Wing, was a "Valentine" to President George W. Bush — has apologized to Brokaw. In the current New Yorker, Sorkin groused that, "The White House pumped up the president's schedule to show him being much busier and more engaged than he is and Tom Brokaw let it happen." Well, after learning that Brokaw prefaced the show by saying Dubya's schedule was loaded up for the occasion, Sorkin spoke to Brokaw and said he was sorry.

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West Wing creator Aaron Sorkinwho complained that NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw's Jan. 23 special, The Bush White House: Inside the Real West Wing, was a "Valentine" to President George W. Bush — has apologized to Brokaw. In the current New Yorker, Sorkin groused that, "The White House pumped up the president's schedule to show him being much busier and more engaged than he is and Tom Brokaw let it happen." Well, after learning that Brokaw prefaced the show by saying Dubya's schedule was loaded up for the occasion, Sorkin spoke to Brokaw and said he was sorry.