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David Martosko
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      David Martosko

      David Martosko is The Daily Caller's executive editor. He is the father of two, a frequent public speaker, and a graduate of Dartmouth College and the Johns Hopkins University.

ABC News also spoke to woman who told Daily Caller she had sex with Bob Menendez for money

4:26 PM 03/05/2013

In a story published Tuesday morning, ABC News reporters Rhonda Schwartz and Brian Ross wrote that they had conducted video interviews last fall with the same prostitutes The Daily Caller featured in a 2012 exposé about New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez. ABC News is also claiming one of those prostitutes is the same woman who swore out an affidavit in the Dominican Republic on Monday recanting what she says she claimed last October.

Bob Menendez plays race card, blames conservatives for scandals

10:46 PM 02/24/2013

At a Black History Month event held at a Trenton, N.J. church on Sunday, Democratic Senator Bob Menendez blamed conservatives for his ethics scandals, framing them as a racial attack on him because of his Hispanic heritage. "I have felt the sting of discrimination," he told approximately 300 worshipers, according to the Bergen Record. "It has never been easy."

CREW quietly adds Sen. Bob Menendez to ‘Under Investigation’ report

4:09 PM 02/07/2013

Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), the liberal advocacy group that was the first to learn of prostitution allegations against Sen. Bob Menendez in April 2012, added his name this week to its published list of federal lawmakers facing official investigations into their conduct.

As Bob Menendez inquiry broadens, jet-setting donor covers his tracks

1:08 PM 02/07/2013

Salomon Melgen, the Democratic donor whose private jet ferried Sen. Bob Menendez to the Dominican Republic on at least three occasions, has blocked public access to records of his past flights, a survey of online databases has revealed. Those records were available online to the public as recently as Monday afternoon.