The Princeton review is now the target of the Harvard cover letter.
The letter, which is due in full on March 10, is being distributed by the Princeton Review’s editorial board, with the help of several other news organizations.
The letter calls for the firing of the president and the removal of the chancellor.
In addition to the Princeton review, the letter was also signed by The Washington Post, USA Today, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA TODAY, The Associated Press, CNN, ABC News, NBC News, CBS News, MSNBC, Fox News, CNN.com and the National Journal.
In response to the Harvard letter, a Princeton spokesman told The Jerusalem Report that the letter “has no basis in fact and is intended to mislead.”
He also said that the review board “has not received a formal letter from the Harvard administration that is designed to defame or otherwise disparage the Princeton scholars.
The Board of Trustees of the Princeton University has not received any such letter, nor does it have the authority to do so.
The Princeton University Review does not condone any such activity.””
We will not be silent,” the spokesman added.
On March 10 the Princeton president, Christopher S. Stevens, will appear before the U.S. Senate to testify on Iran and its nuclear program.
He has previously told senators that the Islamic Republic has not been cooperative with a number of U.N. sanctions that are being imposed on the country.