Skip to comments.My Petraeus interview firestorm silly, off-base
Posted on 12/05/2012 6:42:02 AM PST by pepperdog
A conversation that began in jest and that led to a passing comment at the end of my interview with General David Petraeus has turned into a firestorm of speculation and an attempt to denigrate Fox.
Today, Im bewildered by the reaction of the press to Bob Woodwards story in the Washington Post. Though Bob is in possession of a secretly recorded tape of my conversation with the general...
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Maybe it all just furthers the impression that when the left called him “Betrayus” they weren’t far off the mark...
The same way he got so many of his ‘exclusive’ informations and ‘interviews’, such as the one with the dying ex-CIA chief a ways back: he pulls them out of the air?
Trust is just another four-letter word.
What a non-story.
So McFarland got taped in Petraeus’ office, then rolled in the media at a more politically convenient time, and she is surprised?
This sounds so familiar. Wasn’t there a very similar situation with the Clinton administration?
Sorry, I don’t remember the example you are recalling.
If Ailes liked Petraeus, then it’s no wonder Fox is having troubles. Ailes can’t see reality.
Who were the other 2 people in the room during the interview?
Well Mr. Tape Recorder was obviously one of them, I guess we’ll never know who Mr. Secret is. What a freaking circus this whole thing is, the truth is hidden out there somewhere, but it may take as long as it did for the media to out JFK and Marilyn before we find out.
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