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Anita Dunn: Fox News Is "Research Arm of the Republican Party"

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Uploaded on Oct 11, 2009

In an interview on CNN's "Reliable Sources," White House Communications Director Anita Dunn elaborates on comments she made in an interview in Time magazine, in which she commented that Fox News is "opinion journalism masquerading as news."

"The reality of it is, fox news often operates as either the research arm or the communications arm of the Republican party," she told Howard Kurtz.

Dunn added that Obama, who snubbed "Fox News Sunday" in making the rounds with four broadcast networks and Univision to push his health care reform plan, will appear on Fox again in the near future, because "he engages with ideological opponents," but she declined to disclose a date.

She also points out how the conservative commentators, who were "rejoicing" and "celebrating" the United States losing out on the 2016 Olympics in Chicago despite Obama's pleas, are 'somewhat bitter" in the fact that an American President, Obama, won the Nobel Peace Laureate.

In addition, Dunn also criticized the mainstream media over inaccuracies being reported, including the "death panel" claim in Obama's health care reform plan.

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