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Stewart jabs O'Reilly on Fox

By Howard Kurtz  | September 22, 2010; 10:30 PM ET
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I don't watch TV news, in fact I seldom watch TV, so this video is the first time I've seen O'Reilly. I've seen Stewart a few times and generally agree with him and have the image of Fox News and O'Reilly as being very wrong and inaccurate about news.

However, in this video I think O'Reilly comes off as being very calm and reasonable and accurate, and that Stewart comes off as being defensive and "deflective" and not straight in his replies. Nonetheless, I am impressed with the generally cordial interaction between the two men, who seem to genuinely respect and even be fond of each other.

Posted by: foofoofoo | October 25, 2010 9:26 AM | Report abuse

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