The toughest blows on Super Bowl Sunday may not be on the football field. Fox News confirmed that Fox News Channel’s top anchor, Bill O’Reilly, will interview President Barack Obama. Their sit-down will air on sibling broadcast network Fox as part of its pre-game coverage on Feb.6 before Fox’s telecast of Super Bowl XLV. O’Reilly and Obama’s previous face-off was during the most recent Presidential campaign in September 2008.
O'Reilly And Obama To Spar In Fox Interview On Super Bowl Sunday
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