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Fox News Host Interrupts President Obama 16 Times!

Submitted by on March 18, 2010 – 10:03 am2 Comments

Last night, President Barack Obama was interviewed by Fox News‘ anchor, Bret Baier, on the touchy topic of health care reform. Baier interrupted the president 16 times during the testy interview!

When Baier accused Obama of dodging his questions, he responded, “Well, I’m trying to answer your questions and you keep on interrupting.” This is not the first time Baier has interviewed a sitting president, so why was he such a spaz with President Obama?

Check it out clips of the rude interruptions in the video below:

See the full interview below (in two parts):

What do you think—Was Baier out of line?

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  • caali says:

    I’m glad the President didn’t tolerate those interruptions. It was VERY rude. Fox News is very conservative anyway and I bet they set up that interview just to embarrass and discredit the poor man.

  • Of course Sly Fox news was out of line. They are mainly a bunch of hatemongers who feed on and breed contempt for our president for obvious reasons. The sad part is that they actually have a substantial audience with that crap (again, for obvious reasons). Something about this particular president makes him different from any other president we’ve ever had and it is the same thing that causes many people to greet him with nothing but contempt and aggression. We need to grow up.

    “Only fox that I loved
    Was the Redd one
    Only Black man that Fox loves
    Is in jail or a dead one.” – Nas

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