She told viewers, “What confuses me is that if the White House is really so concerned about bias in the media, then why are they only targeting Fox?”
“Jarrett seems loathe to admit that MSNBC has a bias,” she said, “And that is where I think the White House loses all credibility on this issue.” She admitted that “partisan opinion” has drawn big ratings for both of those networks.
“I’m not critical of what my friends at Fox News and MSNBC do, but it is apples and oranges when compared to what we at CNN do,” she added. “And we should all just acknowledge that.”
We should note, however, that Jarrett’s interview was prior to yesterday’s “truce.” Clip after the jump.
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