Update: Fox News hosts responded to President Obama's accusations of bias on Wednesday morning's "Fox & Friends" (h/t TVNewser). Anchor Steve Doocy defended his network on the grounds that, outside of Fox News, "you don't hear a lot of criticism [of Obama]."
Doocy and co-anchors Gretchen Carlson and Brian Kilmeade also criticized Obama for not admitting "that there is one network that is absolutely devoted to being his cheerleader," presumably a reference to MSNBC.
In a post to her GretaWire blog, Greta Van Sustere also responded to the President's remarks, and she invited him to appear on "On the Record" to "bury the hatchet":
"There is a huge Fox audience that he represents since he is the President of all Americans," she wrote. "He should speak to the Fox audience, too. He is the President for ALL."
Watch from "Fox & Friends" Wednesday:
Original Post: President Obama, in a wide-ranging interview with CNBC's John Harwood that covered the economy and the turbulent Iranian election, took a shot at Fox News when asked about media coverage of his young administration (H/t Politico for the video clip):
"I've got one television station that is entirely devoted to attacking my administration...That's a pretty big megaphone. You'd be hard pressed if you watched the entire day to find a positive story about me on that front," Obama said.