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Topic - Greta Van Susteren
Fox News Channel said Tuesday that Megyn Kelly will soon move into prime time, and the palace intrigue about who — if anyone — she will displace on cable news’ most popular and stable lineup begins.
Fox News host Greta van Susteren isn’t taking lightly criticism from President Obama that her news network — along with conservative radio commentator Rush Limbaugh — is failing America by questioning his policies.
Political consultant Dick Morris recently disclosed on Fox News Channel that some of the Republican presidential candidates that he talks about on the air have paid for advertisements in a newsletter he sends out to subscribers.
She wrote: "Apparently, President Obama wants his usual media pass and Fox challenges his policies — which happens to be the media's job."
Ms. van Susteren blasted back: "Apparently, President Obama wants his usual media pass and Fox challenges his policies — which happens to be the media's job," she wrote.