Obama Interview Reaction: He Even Dodged Super Bowl Prediction

Sunday, 02 Feb 2014 07:20 PM

By Greg Richter

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Reaction to President Barack Obama's pre-Super Bowl interview with Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly depended largely on which side of the political aisle observers found themselves.

Fox Business Network anchor and frequent O'Reilly guest Lou Dobbs was impressed with his colleague's technique:



West Wing Reports focused on Obama's reaction:



Country music artist and conservative Charlie Daniels focused on what he saw as the president evading tough questions:




Twitter user PatiWoodburn cited inconsistency in Obama's answers, and Catie_Grace23 said he was at least consistent in his dodging of answers:





Former Newsweek Senior Editor Jonathan Alter and MSNBC's Joy Reid counted themselves among those no so impressed with O'Reilly's interview method:





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