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ABC: 'Potentially Groundbreaking' Syria Deal' 'Taking Heat' from 'President's Critics'

According to the reporters on Monday's Good Morning America, Barack Obama's "potentially groundbreaking" plan for Syria faces "heat" from critics who think it's a "bad deal." In a shift from last ...
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Blaming Bush's "Lies" for Syria Fiasco; Obama's Debacle Actually an "Amazing" Success

As President Obama flailed in his attempt to react strongly to the killing of 1,400 Syrians with poison gas, some journalists claimed the President was a victim of the Bush administration's claims ...
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Celebrity Silence on Syria

Actors used to boldly campaign against Republican wars. It's the Obama era now. So the government can do no wrong.
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Ed Schultz Sneers: Republicans Love Their 'New Hero' Putin

Liberal MSNBC host Ed Schultz on Thursday sneered that Republicans, because of a hatred for Barack Obama, now idolize their "new hero" Vladimir Putin. The Ed Show anchor also repeatedly, but ...
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ABC Touts Obama on Syria: A 'Threat of Force' in 'Showdown of World Titans'

ABC on Friday morning again tried to prop up Barack Obama's handling of Syria, hyping "encouraging news" and "signs of hope." Reporter Martha Raddatz touted White House spin on Russia's ...
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As NBC's Todd Rushes to Defend Obama, GOP Senator Tells 'Caffeinated' Host to Calm Down

At the start of an interview with Senator Bob Corker on Thursday's MSNBC Daily Rundown, host Chuck Todd demanded the Tennessee Republican justify criticism of President Obama's poor handling of ...
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MSNBC Guest Joan Walsh Calls Limbaugh 'Racist Troll'

Appearing as a guest on MSNBC's PoliticsNation on Monday, Joan Walsh of Salon magazine tagged Rush Limbaugh as a "racist troll" after a clip of the conservative talk radio host criticizing ...
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Wolf Blitzer Goes Easy on Obama; Ignores CNN's Poll, Kerry's Gaffe

In his Monday interview with President Obama, CNN's Wolf Blitzer failed to ask any tough questions of the President. In contrast, Fox News's Chris Wallace grilled Obama over the ...
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Diane Sawyer Ready to Credit Obama's 'Tough Stand' With 'Getting a Dictator to Back Down'

Barack Obama appeared on all three networks (as well as CNN, FNC and PBS) Monday night to try and salvage support for his planned strike against Syria. But it was World News anchor Diane Sawyer ...
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