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Obama Wins & Romney Concedes – Finally: But Fnc Says “Not So Fast” At First When Mitt (And Karl Rove) Act Like Sore Losers Even After Networks Call Ohio For Barack: Deadline Live-Snarks TV News Coverage

6 November 2012 10:14 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Breaking… Refresh For latest updates…  Tuesday 9:43 Pm: Fnc reports that Mitt Romney has just called President Obama and conceded. Fnc’s Carl Cameron now says Romney aides expect his public concession speech to come at 9:55 Pm. This happens just as Virginia is called for Obama (courtesy of Politico news alert). Mitt comes out and concedes. Look for this guy — the ‘Hollywood” guy: Romney Strategist’s Ties To George Clooney – to get much of the blame for Mitt’s losing campaign. I’m outta here because the moronic TV news anchors and pundits are already talking about 2016. Ugh. Tuesday 8:57 Pm: Drama, drama, drama, tonight on Fox News Channel this Election Night. Now Karl Rove is backing down after Fnc demonstrates his Ohio numbers were outdated and that President Obama indeed won Ohio. Fascinating television but also public humiliation for Rove. Ouch! Fnc handled an extremely awkward situation very professionally. »


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What to Watch Tuesday: Your Guide to Election Night Coverage and More

6 November 2012 6:37 AM, PST | | See recent news »

On TV this Tuesday: It’s Election Day, so go vote! And after you do, settle in for a long night of speculation and waiting that’ll make the American Idol finale seem like a study in instant gratification. Here’s our guide to the broadcast networks’ coverage of the event, as well as a few suggestions for other fare (like Covert Affairs and Sons of Anarchy) to keep you entertained until the returns are all in.

ABC | The alphabet net’s election coverage begins at 6:30 pm with a special edition of World News with Diane Sawyer. Then, George Stephanopoulos, »

- Kimberly Roots

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Shep Smith, Carl Cameron Push Back Against Accusations of Bias Against Candy Crowley

15 October 2012 12:40 PM, PDT | Mediaite - TV | See recent Mediaite - TV news »

On Monday, Fox News Channel’s Shepard Smith and Carl Cameron discussed the dynamic they expected to see in Tuesday night’s town hall debate between the presidential candidates and the audience. In the process, they defended CNN anchor Candy Crowley who is slated to moderate the debate and is already facing criticism from both members of the media and the campaigns of President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Cameron and Smith said that Crowley knows the issues and the candidates well and the only bias she was likely to show was that which favors the American voter. »

- Noah Rothman

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Paul Ryan On Foreign Policy Credentials: ‘I Voted To Send People To War’

18 August 2012 10:46 AM, PDT | Mediaite - TV | See recent Mediaite - TV news »

Speaking to Fox News' Carl Cameron Saturday morning, Republican VP nominee Paul Ryan made the case for why he believes his foreign policy credentials are stronger than President Obama's, emphasizing that he has been a voting member of Congress longer than the president. Ryan cited his votes in favor of the Iraq War as evidence that he has had more foreign policy experience than Obama. »

- Andrew Kirell

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