During Barack Obama‘s first press conference as president-elect (held on Nov. 7), he fielded questions from the Associated Press, NBC, ABC, CBS, Reuters, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, CNN and the New York Times. At the time, we noted that Fox News was left out of the questioning.
During Barack Obama’s second press conference (held yesterday), the Washington Post, Associated Press, Bloomberg, Reuters, Wall Street Journal and USA Today were called on to ask questions.
During today’s press conference (to announce Budget Director-designate Peter Orszag and Deputy Budget Director-designate Rob Nabors), Obama called on NBC’s Savannah Guthrie, LA Times’ Peter Nicholas, ABC7′s (Chicago) Andy Shaw and McClatchy’s Steve Thomma.
Which means it’s 0-3 for Fox News.
(NBC’s Guthrie reports on MSNBC that another presser is slated for tomorrow.)
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