The Bush Administration vs NBC

We posted about this earlier, but the analysis is beginning to roll in. Here are a couple of the best. NBC really was NOT as out of line as I feared.

The White House vs. NBC News: Another reaction…

Eat The Press’ Rachel Sklar thinks Ed Gillespie doesn’t have a leg to stand on… Ed Gillespie is mad as hell and he’s not gonna take it anymore! Evidently he’s been storing up all sorts of affronts against the Bush administration committed by NBC News, like when you finally explode at your roommate for forgetting the […]

The White House vs. NBC News: Yet Another Reaction…

The Washington Post’s Dan Froomkin writes about the Gillespie letter and makes an interesting argument which I have edited for brevity… It doesn’t take a trained psychologist to observe that Bush got angrier and angrier as the Engel interview went on. That obviously had nothing to do with the editing; it had to do with Engel’s […]

Olbermann Responds To White House NBC Complaints:

Monday night on “Countdown,” Keith Olbermann responded to the White
House allegations that NBC engaged in “deceitful editing” in airing
excerpts of Richard Engel’s interview with President Bush. Olbermann
aired the full excerpt and blasted the White House saying, “The White
House apparently [doesn’t realize] that in full, it is clear the
President never actually answered Richard Engel’s first question and
clear that the President either does not know what he talked about or […]

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One response to “The Bush Administration vs NBC

  1. I love Olbermann, but I couldn’t stand his attack on Hewitt and Gillespie last night about being “comic book guys”.

    Here’s my Special Comment response:

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