In this week's Frontlines Podcast The Jerusalem Post's Washington bureau chief Michael Wilner tackles what's becoming known as "chickenshit-gate", after a senior Obama official was quoted by the Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg as describing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as "chicken shit."
Then, after the Post's 25,000th issue was published this week, managing editor David Brinn discusses with podcast host Tamara Zieve, what's changed -- for better or for worse -- since the newspaper was founded in 1932.
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