Can you guess which cable news network cut away from Obama's event today?

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President Obama argued for the passage of health care reform legislation at a rally today at George Mason University in northern Virginia, and only one cable news network didn't cover the event in it's entirety. Can you guess which network cut away to cover Minority Leader Rep. John Boehner's press conference?

From the March 19 edition of Fox News' Happening Now:

Fox's Jon Scott cut off President Obama and stated flatly: "I described it before it began as a pep rally and you can kind of see that's what it is. The President doing everything he can to try and get the American people behind his health care reform plans." Scott suggested the Fox audience finish watching Obama's event on the internet if they were so inclined and then cut to Boehner for "the opposition point of view."

Oh, and for the record, both MSNBC and CNN showed Boehner's press conference after Obama's event had ended.


Here's a side-by-side comparison of the networks:

Posted In
Health Care, Health Care Reform
Fox News Channel
Jon Scott
Happening Now
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