Is the White House Feud with FNC Winding Down?

By Chris Ariens 

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U.S. News’ Ken Walsh talks with a senior Obama adviser who has “no second thoughts about taking on Fox News.” And Walsh hints the White House may lay down its arms, unless Fox fires first:

One drawback, which even Obama aides concede, is that Fox is using the quarrel with the White House as a public-relations tool to stir up its own support among conservatives and to boost ratings. “They’re still at it,” says a senior Obama aide, who adds that White House officials don’t expect to fire another shot in the battle unless Fox strikes first.