Without providing specifics, Fox News President Roger Ailes may have made an admission of guilt about the bias found on Fox News… at least as far as the claims that came from the White House.

ROBINSON: Do you subscribe to the statement of your news host Chris Wallace that the Obama administration is “the biggest bunch,” he said, “the biggest bunch of crybabies” that he’s dealt with in his 30 years in Washington?

AILES: That was his…

ROBINSON: They’re whining over nothing!

AILES: Well, I don’t think they’re whining over nothing and I think they have — look, there’s legitimate complaints that they could have. And I’ve had this dialogue with David Axelrod, who I like very much and, there are legitimate areas. I mean, Chris said that, that’s his words, that’s what he believes, and he had reason to believe that. But I don’t think its helpful to say that.

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3 Responses to “Roger Ailes: White House May Have Had ‘Legitimate Complaints’ About Fox News”

  1. I like the idea of your site, but it seems like bad publicity is still publicity for fox news. I would maybe pass on using their logo on your site, but that’s just me.

  2. Just read the original story and comments over at Think Progress. Not an original thought in the entire bunch. Hasn’t the ever witty ‘Faux News’ about run its course? Oh yeah, Roger Ailes is fat, too.

    Not much thinking or progress being made over there.

    BTW, Robinson is Peter Robinson of the Hoover Institution.

  3. Chicago Bank Owned, If bad publicity helps FNC as you assert, shouldn’t this entire site be removed, not just the logo?

    According to your logic, Fox is actually helping Pres. Obama by publicizing him.

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