First Biden Wasn’t, Now He Is Giving a Super Bowl Interview to Fox
It’s become common for the president to do a traditional Super Bowl interview on Super Bowl Sunday, but some liberals are urging President Biden to not do it this year because it is with Fox News.
Earlier this week, Biden’s White House said that the president would not participate in the interview because of availability and lack of transparency.
But now the White House has confirmed that the president will participate in an interview with Fox.
“After the White House reached out to Fox Soul Thursday evening, there was some initial confusion,” Fox Corp. said in a statement. “Fox Soul looks forward to interviewing the President for Super Bowl Sunday.”
Some in the Liberal media had strong opinions about Biden giving the interview. Joy Behar said that the interview would be a “problem,” and several of the co-hosts agreed with her.
“So, he would be interviewed by a Fox News journalist, Bret Baier or somebody like that. And it would give Biden a chance to get his message out to a huge audience. So, the question is should he do it?” Behar asked.
Sunny Hostin responded that he shouldn’t do it despite the long tradition for several decades.
“I don’t think he should. I know that it’s a tradition. The pregame show, this pre-interview, would only get about 20 million viewers. I think he got 27.3 for State of the Union. So, people have seen him, they’ve heard him. And I don’t think you normalize the misinformation network,” Hostin declared.
She then went on a rant about the network pushing conspiracy theories and “false narratives.” And she noted that Fox host Tucker Carlson called Biden a “mannequin President.”
But most believe that the reticence is just because the Left is afraid that Biden may embarrass himself and his Party with more blunders.
Republican National Committee spokesman Tommy Pigott said, “Every time Biden opens his mouth, he puts his foot in it. He has done the fewest interviews of any president in modern history. He thinks he can avoid accountability by hiding from the press, avoiding hard questions, and going on vacation. He can’t.”