Obama Giving Interviews To Every Major TV News Network Monday EXCEPT MSNBC
It seems even Barack Obama doesn't want to be seen on MSNBC.
The Washington Post reported moments ago that the President of the United States, ahead of his address to the nation about Syria Tuesday, will give interviews to the evening newscasts of ABC, CBS, CNN, FNC, NBC and PBS Monday.
Deliciously absent was MSNBC, the network so deeply in bed with Obama that there's hardly room for the First Lady.
Does the White House think it's a waste of time going on MSNBC to make his case since that's the raison d'etre of that farce of a news network?
In reality, he can't possibly speak for himself any better than that organization's shills.
Or has it become clear to the administration that network president Phil Griffin was right when he said MSNBC is not the place for breaking news, and it would therefore be an exercise in futility giving them face time?
Whatever the reason, it's absolutely spectacular seeing this industry laughing stock get snubbed by the man they all seem to work for.
Better still is the anger this will generate when liberals across the fruited plain find out that Obama believes it's far more important to make his case about Syria to Fox News watchers than the limited patrons of MSNBC.
You really can't make this stuff up.
*****Update: TVNewser just announced the interviewers will be ABC’s Diane Sawyer, CBS’s Scott Pelley, NBC’s Brian Williams, PBS’s Gwen Ifill, Fox News Channel’s Chris Wallace, and CNN’s Wolf Blitzer.