AP called out for publishing interview with radio host who died years ago, issues correction

The outlet confirmed the apparent discrepancy with a correction to its article two days after it was first published. 

According to conservative commentator Giancarlo Sopo — who shared screenshots of the article prior to the correction on Twitter — AP claimed it had interviewed famous Miami radio host Martha Flores for the article and said her radio station was one of those that would be purchased in Democrat-backed deal. 

Though as Sopo tweeted — and The Associated Press later acknowledged — Flores died some time ago.

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Associated Press issued a correction after incorrectly attributing a recent quote to a deceased radio host. 

Associated Press issued a correction after incorrectly attributing a recent quote to a deceased radio host. 

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