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Bret Baier Strikes Back At President's Alleged Claim Fox Says 'Obama Is a Muslim 24/7'

Politico reported Monday that a new book by Mother Jones's David Corn claims President Obama blamed his 2010 midterm elections defeat on Fox News constantly calling him a Muslim. Fox News's Bret Baier struck back on Monday's Special Report saying, "For the record, we found no examples of a host saying President Obama is a Muslim" (video follows with transcript and commentary): BRET BAIER: Corn also writes President Obama blamed this network for his midterm political woes.
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