Obama to Boldly Go Where He Hasn’t Gone Since He Has Been President

Apr 6, 2016  •  Post A Comment

An upcoming TV appearance by President Obama will mark the first time since he was elected president that he will appear on “Fox News Sunday.” Fox News Channel announced that Obama will be interviewed on the program this Sunday, April 10.

Chris Wallace will conduct the exclusive sit-down interview with Obama, which will be carried by the Fox Network and by Fox News Channel. The interview will mark Obama’s first on Fox News Channel since 2014.

“Taking place at the University of Chicago, the interview will cover an array of topics, including the pending Supreme Court nomination, the 2016 election and Obama’s presidential legacy,” the network says in an announcement. “Chris Wallace previously interviewed Obama in 2009 and 2013 for Fox News Channel and in 2008 for “Fox News Sunday” as then-Senator Obama.”

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  1. Oh, this should be REALLY fair and balanced!

  2. Obama promised transparency. Better late than never?

  3. They will be the only news org that puts some tough questions to him. I would expect Fox will be respectful of the office. I hope we’re not disappointed.

  4. I can only hope that Ailes/Wallace will show the President of the United States tne respect and dignity of the office, no matter how much they may disagree with his policies. Otherwise, it will be clear what their real agenda is (as if we don’t already know).

  5. FOX News might NOT actually be fair and balanced?? I’m shocked! SHOCKED!!!

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