Sean Hannity promised a look at Barack Obama that you'd never seen before. Only problem was we had seen it before back in 2007. But Tucker Carlson explained: "People say 'this has already been reported.' Well, actually, it hasn't been reported, and I know because I reported on it the first time." Iron-clad logic, if ever there was any.
Jon Stewart was having none of it. He dismantled the entire story piece by piece, making sure, along the way, to draw a correlation between what Obama said to George W. Bush and how he said it to Mitt Romney.
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