Obama Hates Fox News
It's the summer of 2008 and Barack Obama is beginning to slip in the election polls.
He blames Fox News for his election worries.
He agrees to a secret meeting at New York's posh Waldorf Astoria hotel with the head of Fox News, Roger Ailes and other top honchos of their parent company News Corp.
The meeting goes into meltdown mode as a finger wagging Obama furiously vents his anger against Fox and their top conservative host Sean Hannity.
Have you heard about this?
Probably not, but Newsmax magazine, in a just-released special report "Obama Hates Fox News," reveals how Obama's war on Fox News all began, how it unfolded, and even predicts what will happen in the future.
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Boycotting debates, kicking journalists off a campaign jet, planting questions from friendly media during presidential news conferences, freezing adversarial media out of interviews, singling out individual journalists to scold them publicly — they've all been part of Team Obama's efforts at manipulating and intimidating the media.
Newsmax magazine's special report "Obama Hates Fox News" takes an in-depth look at Obama's army of advisers, who seem to some critics part of an audacious end-run around congressional authority.
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This exclusive Newsmax report explores:
- The real reason Obama targeted Fox
- Team Obama's secret weapons against the press
- Glenn Beck: Obama's new "antagonist in chief"
- The pro-Obama anchor who calls Fox "worse than al-Qaida"
- How Obama's anti-Fox crusade boosted its ratings
- Fox Chairman Roger Ailes' heroic role in defending a free press
- The secret, fiery exchange between Ailes and Obama
- Democrats' surprising view of Fox News programming
- Why Chinese leaders censored Obama's remarks on criticism
- The political sex scandal that ignited Fox's ratings boom
- How Fox scooped the media on the ACORN videos
- The many faces of Fox - no two are alike
- Rupert Murdoch, Obama, and the Hillary connection
- Anita Dunn's controversial attack on Fox
- Press secretary Robert Gibbs' "contempt for the press"
- The media bogeymen who pestered eight presidents
- Why Obama agreed to a Bill O'Reilly interview
- The Obama campaign's blatant threat over an NRA ad
- Obama's campaign plane: "No room" for McCain backers
- MoveOn.org's effort to boycott Fox
- The Fox host who's the "prince of fairness" toward Obama
- A litany of bipartisan slams on Obama's media policy
- How CNN cornered Obama aide Valerie Jarrett on media bias
- The Obama-Fox "peace talks" that failed
- What the future holds for the Obama-Fox war
- And more
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- Lou Dobbs plans a comeback
- Ben Stein: Fighting for the world's best country
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- Battleground tourists: Vets revisiting Vietnam
- Baptist leader Richard Land calls for activism
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