Obama To Be Interviewed For Fox News

The relationship between the White House and Fox News Network may be thawing, following the departure of White House communications director Anita Dunn, who famously called the news channel "an arm of the Republican Party." On Tuesday it was announced that President Obama had agreed to be interviewed by FNC's Major Garrett in Beijing today (Wednesday). He'll also talk separately with reporters for the broadcast networks and CNN. However, his interview with Garrett is the first he has given a Fox News reporter since last July (when he was also interviewed by Garrett).



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