While Campbell Brown was playing more of her Valerie Jarrett interview on CNN last night, over on Fox News Bill O’Reilly was congratulating his competitor: “I thought Campbell Brown’s questioning was excellent,” said O’Reilly. He then brought in Baltimore Sun TV critic David Zurawik to talk about the “White House hypocrisy.”
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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.
CNN’s Campbell Brown talked with Pres. Obama’s Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett today at The Women’s Conference in California. Brown asked Jarrett if she thought Fox News was biased. You probably already know her answer. But listen to Brown’s follow-up about MSNBC:
The entire interview airs tonight on Campbell Brown at 8pmET on CNN.
According to E!Online, the Gosselin invitation was the idea of Shriver’s daughters who are fans of the show. The invites were sent out five months ago – before the family started making tabloid headlines.
The Hill reports on next weekend’s White House Correspondents Association Dinner – the party of the year where the media elite, politicos and Hollywood stars come together.
But, The Hill reports, “news outlets are grumbling” about ABC’s guest list. “Several people pointed to ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos‘s close friendship with [Obama Chief of Staff Rahm] Emanuel, and questioned how the network got so many big names.” Those names include Emanuel, adviser Valerie Jarrett, CIA Director Leon Panetta and U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice.
Rice was an easy get. Her husband is the Executive Producer of Stephanopoulos’ Sunday show.