Ever since Ronald Reagan was president, the TV Network broadcasting the Super Bowl has conducted a pre-game interview with the President, yesterday's interview between President Obama and Fox's Bill O'Reilly may go down as a classic. The Fox host seemed to ask the questions the mainstream media ignores, while the president made it seem as if many of his scandals are partisan based and trumped up by Fox News.
When O'Reilly asked, "Was it the biggest mistake of your presidency to tell the nation over and over if you like your insurance, you can keep your insurance?" The President's answer was "Bill, you've got a long list of my mistakes."
In this discussion about Benghazi Obama blamed his problems on Fox:
Actually, not everybody does. Because what ends up happening is we end up creating a political agenda in which Democrats and Republicans should be unified to figure out how to protect people.
I've get it but your detractors believe you didn't tell them it was a terror attack because they your campaign didn't want it out.
That's what folks like you are telling them. And what I'm saying is that is inaccurate.
When O'Reilly mentioned that Americans feel they aren't getting the full truth about the IRS scandal:
Folks have again had multiple hearings on this. These kinds of things keep on surfacing in part because you and your TV station will promote them.