Jon Stewart On Fox Providing "Context" For Edited Obama Remarks: "That's Not Context, That's Just Different No Context."

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On The Daily Show, Jon Stewart lampooned Fox & Friends' latest attempt to continue the dishonest narrative based on President Obama's recent comments by purporting to provide more context to Obama's remarks which Fox & Friends initially deceptively edited.

Stewart pointed out that Fox, once again deceptively edited remarks made by the President and that these newest edited remarks had become a corner stone of the Romney campaign. The addition of "context" by Fox & Friends still left out crucial components of Obama's comments, and further muddied the water, or as Stewart put it, the context Fox & Friends provided was "not context. That's just different no context."

From the July 25 edition of Comedy Central's The Daily Show:

Network/Outlet
Fox News Channel
Person
Steve Doocy, Jon Stewart
Show/Publication
FOX & Friends, The Daily Show
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