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And it’s been a – really hard this week to try and look at those two portraits and the two individuals, one who was very thoughtful and engaging and generous with his time to me, and then one who sent the campus into a frenzy. no datahttp://perfectlucyshaw.universitypunjabi.org/2016/09/12/the-inside-track-on-swift-strategies-for-medicineAnd there’s just so many questions and I really do not know what the answer is, and I don’t know even if the investigation will, you know, really settle on one answer. SHAPIRO: You wrote in The Washington Post this week that a lot of people have asked whether this has made you rethink what you wrote about that interview back in August. And you say you stand by what you wrote and you wouldn’t have changed it. Explain that. STANKIEWICZ: I mean, I think if anything, having written what I wrote has kind of added something to the conversation and people have asked, you know, you were duped. You’ve – I mean, people have, you know, said some pretty, pretty nasty things, both about the entire incident and sort of at my original story. But I think what’s important to – about that is the story might offer just some insight of how quickly things can change. And so I do not wish I kept walking on that Tuesday evening.
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