Fox News' E.D. Hill addresses her "terrorist fist jab" comment


On the June 10 edition of Fox News' America's Pulse, host E.D. Hill addressed her June 6 comments in which she teased an upcoming segment about Sen. Barack and Michelle Obama's on-stage "fist bump" by saying, "A fist bump? A pound? A terrorist fist jab? The gesture everyone seems to interpret differently."

From the June 10 edition of Fox News' America's Pulse:

HILL: Want to start the show by clarifying something I said on the show last Friday about an upcoming body language segment. Now, I mentioned various ways the Obamas' fist pump in St. Paul had been characterized in the media. I apologize because unfortunately, some thought I personally had characterized it inappropriately. I regret that. It was not my intention. And I certainly didn't mean to associate the word "terrorist" in any way to Senator Obama and his wife. Now, today, the senator is talking about the economy.

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