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Obama's Fox News Policy: Isolation Over Engagement
Plus: Anita Dunn on getting around the "filter."
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President Obama’s New Era of Engagement does not include Fox News:

Senior Obama administration officials took to the airwaves Sunday to accuse Fox News of pushing a particular point of view, one week after the administration fired its initial salvo to try to isolate the news network by accusing it of being a GOP mouthpiece.

“A lot of their news programming, it’s really not news. It’s pushing a point of view,” senior adviser David Axelrod said on ABC’s “This Week.”

“The way we — the president looks at it and we look at it, is, it is not a news organization so much as it has a perspective,” White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel added on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

The open assault on Fox News began last weekend when White House Communications Director Anita Dunn accused the network of being a “wing of the Republican Party.”

“What I think is fair to say about Fox — and certainly it’s the way we view it — is that it really is more a wing of the Republican Party,” Dunn said on CNN. “They take their talking points, put them on the air; take their opposition research, put them on the air. And that’s fine. But let’s not pretend they’re a news network the way CNN is.”

Despite calls to the White House this week, the administration did not offer a guest for this weekend’s “Fox News Sunday” to talk about Dunn’s comments, although administration officials appeared on all four Sunday morning shows to speak on various issues.

President Obama has had interviews with all of the other Sunday talk shows except “Fox News Sunday,” including a whirlwind weekend in late September where he appeared on all other Sunday talk shows.

The anti-FNC attack vids are at HA.

Meryl Yourish dismantles Fox-basher Jacob Weisberg.

Aaron Klein uncovers Anita Dunn’s remarks on how to “control” and “make” the media cover what Team Obama wanted. Command-and-control at work:

And Mark Steyn tells the “Tale of Two Soundbites.”

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Anita Dunn, Fox News, Media, Media Bias 
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