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"It's pretty typical to quote political opponents."
Earlier today, we reported on the drama that unfolded after Fox News' Ed Henry asked President Barack Obama a question about holding Iran accountable (read the original report here).
Following the awkward incident, Henry defended his question in a dialogue with Fox's Megyn Kelly. "It's pretty typical to quote political opponents," he said. In addressing his opinion on the quip, itself, he continued:
"He chose to say what he said. I'll let that stand and let him say what he wanted to say. I think everyone can see that he decided not to engage with Mitt Romney. Instead, decided to kind of go after me a little bit."
Watch Henry's response, below:
As you'll recall, in asking his question, Henry quoted Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Obama's response, which created some snickers among the other reports, was as follows: "I didn’t know you were the spokesperson for Mitt Romney."
Here's the original video:
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