President Obama held a Q & A session with the Republican members of Congress at the GOP House Issues Conference, during which he addressed many falsehoods related to health care, the budget, taxes, etc. All cable news networks covered the session, but Fox News was the only channel to cut it off with 20 minutes left. Apparently The Live Desk co-host Trace Gallagher thought Obama was “at times being a little bit combative” and that “there was a little bit of lecturing there.”

House Minority Leader Rep. John Boehner (R-OH), Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN), and Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA) held a “Republican Response” press conference after the question and answer session with Obama. Not surprising, Fox News Channel covered the entire thing, including Karl Rove’s commentary prior to the press conference.

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4 Responses to “Fox News Cut Away From Obama Q&A With House Republicans”

  1. Marc S. Cohen says:

    FOX News is to fair news what pro-wrestling is to sports.

  2. Ah…Fox News and their continued shenanigans.

  3. It’s just awful that Fox News uses the slogan “Fair and Balanced.” And they’ve actually registered those three words as its signature trademark!

  4. It is not surprising that Dish would X out Fox News. Dish Can’t handle the Truth. Obama has long arms and the power of the White (Tarnished )House and definitely does not want the TRUTH to be known.

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