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Tom Hanks and Marty Baron on ‘The Post’ Movie
On Thursday December 14, Washington Post Executive Editor Marty Baron sat down with actor Tom Hanks and discussed his portrayal of legendary Post editor Ben Bradlee in “The Post” movie and the role of a free press in today’s political climate.
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