On his show Tuesday, Bill O’Reilly took a look at the media’s handling of the White House response to the Libya attack. The administration is not in a good place, he said — so much so that even Jon Stewart is reacting.
“Jon Stewart now mocking President Obama over the Libyan assassination situation,” O’Reilly said. “That’s not good news for the president because, up until now, much of the liberal media has ignored the facts surrounding the terror attack on Ambassador Christopher Stevens.”
But last night Stewart went to town, he said, playing a clip of the segment that took about the administration’s contradictory response.
O’Reilly remarked that the issue hasn’t captured the attention of many voters because they’re more focused on the economy and, in some cases, ideology. Yet this is an opportunity for Mitt Romney highlight the weaknesses in the president’s foreign policy, he argued. Part of “an overall competence challenge.
He “should have some heavy verbal ammunition to use in the debate tomorrow night,” O’Reilly said.
There are still voters out there who can be persuaded, O’Reilly said, but Romney needs to be “surgical” in making his points.
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