Fox News Channel anchor Martha Maccallum had this to say about what Obama did when election results were coming in from N.Y. & N.J.:

MACCALLUM: Robert Gibbs said, well, he was actually watching, you know, the HBO special about his year-long campaign and how it all went…we know that Michelle and the girls went to the Miley Cyrus concert last night… So he’s all alone in that big house, right? Nothing to do but sit back and watch – reminisce about the long campaign and watch HBO and the special.

Not true. FNC’s Major Garrett stated that he “misheard” White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs. ABC News White House Correspondent Jake Tapper stated, “Gibbs did NOT say that POTUS [President Obama] watched the HBO film last night… I think someone must have misunderstood” and that “all Gibbs said is he didn’t watch election returns, got [election] info emailed to him.”

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3 Responses to “Fox News ‘Misreporting’ on Obama’s Election Night”

  1. Crowdaddy13 says:

    no surprise here, Fox News doesnt fact check so why not

  2. Georgia Garrison says:

    What a shame that this Fox News is so idolized. At least Fox News tell us this. Can’t help but wonder why they are so popular when their facts are never, ever correct when it comes to President Obama. Do any of you have any idea???

  3. Because so many people in America hate what he brings to this country. An most of Fox News viewers are uneducated white people, who will believe anything that is negative about him.

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