Fox's E.D. Hill impersonates Helen ThomasSeptember 6, 2006 11:33 AM EDT ››› JOSH KALVEN
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On the September 6 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends, co-hosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade re-enacted a contentious exchange between White House press secretary Tony Snow and NBC News chief White House correspondent David Gregory during a September 5 press gaggle. At one point in the re-enactment, Doocy called out, "Helen Thomas. Helen Thomas, you're next." Co-host E.D. Hill then gave what was apparently her rendition of Hearst Newspapers columnist Thomas. Following is a screen capture of Hill's impersonation:
From the September 6 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:
DOOCY: Keep reading.
KILMEADE: "I'm not being rude."
DOOCY: "Yes, you are."
KILMEADE: "Don't try to dismiss me" -- I lost my place. "Don't try to dismiss me as making a Democratic argument, Tony, when I'm speaking fact."
DOOCY: "Well, OK. Well, no."
KILMEADE: Oh. "You can do that to the Democrats" -- I was like, "Wow, you're good."
DOOCY: Helen Thomas. Helen Thomas, you're next.
KILMEADE: "Well, you can do that to the Democrats. Don't do it to me."
DOOCY: "No, I'm doing it to you because the second part was factually tendidious" --
DOOCY: "Tendentious." Thank you very much.