Fox News has pulled an anti-Obama video from FoxNews.com and Fox Nation, after the four-minute video aired on "Fox & Friends" Wednesday morning, reports TVNewser.com.
The report drew "withering criticism," with the video appearing as a campaign attack ad — except that it was produced and paid for by a cable news network instead of a candidate or political action committee, reports The New York Times’ Media Decoder.
The video includes sound bites, graphics and news clips set to ominous music, and drew congratulations from "Fox & Friends" hosts, who lauded Chris White, the associate producer who put together the video, according to TVNewser.com.
White might not remain with Fox News much longer — although it’s not because of the video, the story adds. He has an offer from CNN, the piece notes.
The video "was not authorized at the senior executive level of the network,” executive vice president of programming Bill Shine said. He added the incident “has been addressed with the show’s producers.”
Here’s the video …