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After Monday’s showdown with the New York Times, the McCain campaign tried to restrict media access to Sarah Palin’s United Nations visit, until the networks threatened to boycott coverage of the event.

TV Newser reports that a CNN producer eventually was let in — but the entire time allowed to watch Palin with Colombian President Alvaro Uribe and Afghan President Hamid Karzai was just 29 seconds.

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