Maybe they read minds like some New York Times reporters. The following are a few examples of non-attributed information that NYT reported as if factually established. It's info that turned out to be (according to all concerned, including testimony under oath) completely wrong.
1-NYT reported as if it knew this to be fact, with no attribution. Comey later denied the story under oath. (It used to be considered unusual or a mistake for reporters not to attribute info/opinions, esp that which they did not witness firsthand.)
nytimes.com/2017/05/10/us/…
2-Likewise, this sentence in NYT presumes the (false) info they reported was true. Since they didn't attribute the claims and info, it was sadly their own journalistic mistake when the reporting was ultimately challenged by Comey himself.
2-Other national news outlets frequently do the same thing today.
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