Fox News’ Outnumbered covered the big indictment news today, but they also managed to fit in a segment on questions about special counsel Robert Mueller’s credibility.
It’s a little subtle, but see if you can spot it:
The panel referenced a New York Post columnist who argued that Mueller should resign and a FoxNews.com piece from Friday highlighting how Mueller is facing pressure from Republicans to resign in the wake of renewed focus on the dossier and Uranium One.
Katie Pavlich spoke up in defense of Mueller during the segment, saying “we should let him do his job” and that she won’t “impugn Bob Mueller’s character.”
Media Twitter took notice of Fox’s coverage:
Fox News is now running a segment targeting Robert Mueller. pic.twitter.com/sJSfOv9hF2
— Alexander Panetta (@Alex_Panetta) October 30, 2017
Mueller’s face and a huge “CREDIBILITY IN QUESTION” banner. Is President Trump watching? pic.twitter.com/3okwN4wBiK
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) October 30, 2017
Fox News chyron right now: “Growing concerns over Mueller’s credibility”
sure, among @FoxNews primetime hosts, I suppose.
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) October 30, 2017
.@FoxNews is in full fledged meltdown mode, big banner just now is questioning Mueller’s credibility
— Emily C. Singer (@CahnEmily) October 30, 2017
Watch above, via Fox News.
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