The Washington Post’s Howard Kurtz reflects on the first-ever interview between Sen. Hillary Clinton and FNC’s Bill O’Reilly. “It was clear that Hillary Clinton acquitted herself quite well in the Fox News sit-down, in part because politicians can score more runs when they’re forced to play hardball,” he writes.
He also features a summary of other opinions on the two-part interview, from around the web:
• John Nichols of The Nation: “One of the creepier moments in the creepy history of Fox’s experiment in partisan broadcasting.”
• National Review’s Doug Heye: “She demonstrated a willingness to enter the ‘lion’s den.'”
• Related: FNC commentator Kirsten Powers examines “The ‘Cojones’ Primary,” in a New York Post op-ed. Comparing Obama and Clinton: “He complains about tough questions from George Stephanopoulos and Charlie Gibson. She sits down with Bill O’Reilly.”