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Jesse Watters Corners Hollywood Elite, Journalists With Comedic Questions About Media Bias at White House Correspondents' Dinner
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Jesse Watters Corners Hollywood Elite, Journalists With Comedic Questions About Media Bias at White House Correspondents' Dinner

"...there's bias everywhere."

Jesse Watters is at it again. The "O'Reilly Factor" producer headed to the White House Correspondents' Dinner over the weekend, where he questioned celebrities and journalists about media bias, among other more light-hearted subject matter.

In the resulting segment, actor and comedian Tracy Morgan is the first individual Watters approaches. When he asks him, "Do you think there's bias in the press?," Morgan responds, "Do I think there's bias in the press? I have no idea. I don't know."

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Hayden Panettiere of the hit show "Nashville" added, "Noooo. Bias?" -- a seemingly sarcastic response to the question. And Matthew Perry of "Friends" fame told Watters that he thinks "there's bias everywhere."

But the most fascinating moment is when the Fox News producer corners Attorney General Eric Holder and asks about the Boston Marathon bombing case. In particular, he questions whose call it was to Mirandize surviving suspect Dzhokhar Tsarneav.

"It was Congress' decision when they passed the law ... you guys need to look at the law," Holder responded.

Watch the comedic responses, below:

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