The White House Correspondents Association is moving Fox News up to the front row in the briefing room, according to sources familiar with the process. The WHCA board's decision was unanimous. [It's now confirmed; see update below]
Since veteran journalist Helen Thomas retired, three news organizations—Fox News, Bloomberg News, and NPR—have argued that they should move to the front row. Fox News will join the broadcast networks and CNN up front.
However, Fox News will not be taking Thomas's long-held seat in the center.
There are no news station run by the White House. They are individually owned. That is another lie that continues to be spewed by the right wing. They believe if you tell a lie long enough it becomes the truth.
Who owns Fox News? Murdock an extreme right wing Australian. Not only does he own Fox News but major Newspapers as well to further their agenda.
They had a corporate revolution that started with Ronald Reagan. There purpose was to take over and make Corps look like the good guys while destroying the union and the middle class. Fox was started for a reason and with an agenda. People are so easily fooled.
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