1/18/2013 4:24 PM ET
On Thursday, NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams took time out of the broadcast to provide this supposed "news" update: "First
Lady Michelle Obama turned 49 today. But the big news came as ...
12/14/2012 11:54 AM ET
Good Morning America on Friday offered a fawning preview of Barbara Walters' exclusive interview with Barack and Michelle Obama. Walters gushed over the "touching," "charming" couple and asked the ...
10/18/2012 5:22 PM ET
On September 25, the Obamas came on The View and drew questions about
whether the President was romantic, about their first kiss, and whether
he tucks her in at night. Three weeks and a day ...
10/16/2012 5:17 PM ET
In a fawning softball interview with First Lady Michelle Obama on Tuesday's NBC Today, special correspondent Ryan Seacrest was eager to know how she helps the President during debates: "What
10/11/2012 12:43 PM ET
In the fourth and final part of ABC's 20 minute-long interview with Michelle Obama, Nightline co-anchor Cynthia McFadden on Wednesday praised the First Lady's skill at "the art of the cut that ...
10/10/2012 1:28 PM ET
Tuesday's Nightline featured the second part of an exhaustive,
three part interview with Michelle Obama. Once again, co-anchor Cynthia
McFadden failed to ask any tough questions to the First ...
10/9/2012 1:19 PM ET
Nightline co-anchor Cynthia McFadden continued her fawning,
multi-part profile of Michelle Obama on Monday night, worrying about the
"extra responsibilities" that Mrs. Obama faces as an ...
10/8/2012 5:36 PM ET
ABC's Cynthia McFadden was dripping with sugary admiration on Monday for
President Obama's "not-so-secret weapon," First Lady Michelle Obama.
She touted Obama as a big hugger" and "very warm ...
10/2/2012 1:22 PM ET
More of that hard-hitting New York Times journalism. Joyce Purnick praised Michelle Obama's "bare, toned, elegant arms," while Stuart Emmerich focused the fact that "Barack Obama
shirtless" gets ...
9/11/2012 10:43 PM ET
Anchormen like NBC's Brian Williams and CBS's Scott Pelley demonstrate a double standard with fluffy questions for Mrs. Obama and hardballs for Mrs. Romney.