Will Jill Abramson remove her New York Times tattoo?

During her commencement speech at Wake Forest University, former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson said that despite her firing, she will not be removing her commemorative tattoo of the paper's signature "T." (Wake Forest University)

“Not a chance!”

During her commencement speech at Wake Forest University on Monday, former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson told the graduates she will not be removing the Gothic “T” tattoo, representing the Times, she recently got on her back. Abramson, who joined the paper in 1997, was abruptly replaced as its top editor last week after nearly three years at the helm.

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