Patrick Gavin at FishbowlDC has been documenting who Barack Obama has called on for questions at his transition press conferences, and notes that the President-elect continues to sideline reporters from Fox News. Fox has gone 0 for 5 "since the election." Of course, news of who got the privilege of asking a question today sort of puts this in hilarious perspective:
UPDATE: Questions went to Liz Sidoti (AP), Caren Bohan (Reuters), Jake Tapper (ABC), Peter Baker (NYT), John McCormick (Tribune), Tribune, Dean Reynolds (CBS).
Wow. So Dean Reynolds, the "whiny-whinerpuss" diva who famously complained about how bad the Obama plane smelled and how rotten he was getting treated on the trail by the Obama campaign, gets to ask a question and Fox doesn't? HA HA BURN.
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