Fox News' own "investigative reporter" James Rosen is, of course, a Trump apologist.
James Rosen, who is considered an investigative reporter for Fox News, sub-hosted "Special Report," but instead of referring the panel debate, he acted like a partisan hack, threw shade on Trump's actions and even attacked the Washington Post for helping the Russians.
As we've seen with most beltway media elites, if you question U.S. military leaders at all it means you're un-American and unequivocally hate every aspect of our military.
Even a Fox News reporter couldn't keep quiet over Bill O'Reilly's lies.
Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington on Sunday told Karl Rove, a former senior advisor to President George W. Bush, that it was "ironic" that he was invited on ABC News to criticize the current White House for scandals at the IRS and Justice Department because he was the "Michael Jordan of politicizing the executive branch."
Fox News Senior Political Analyst Brit Hume clashed with fellow Fox News contributor Juan Williams over the investigation of reporters started under the Bush administration.
They didn't have any luck following their Fast & Furious and Benghazi scandal-mongering, but as Sen. Lindsey Graham demonstrated this Sunday, they're not going to stop trying to get a special prosecutor appointed any time soon...
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart took the Obama administration and DOJ to task for going after whistleblowers, journalists and potheads while allowing the Wall Street bankers to walk free.
Cenk Uygur says the journalist wiretapping is the only actual scandal going on right now, but because Fox News flips out over everything, it’s hard to separate the wheat from the chaff on the rare occasion that they’re right.
According to The Washington Post, the Department of Justice examined Fox News reporter James Rosen’s personal emails, phone records, and visits to the State Department in order to investigate a leak of classified information.
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