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Surprise - Cavuto Promotes his Interview w/President Bush on Studio B

Reported by Donna - June 8, 2005

As we've been reporting on News Hounds, a lot of cross-promotion has been going on at Fox lately and what better time than when Neil Cavuto is going to do an exclusive interview with the President of the United States.

Smith said, "It's not easy to get an appointment with the leader of the free world, ya know? You generally have to either know somebody or be somebody. Neil Cavuto meets both requirements. Guess what he asked the president in their sit down interview that's going to air in the next hour? Among other things, he asked the president what he would think of his wife running for president? And he actually answered it and they also talked, well a number of things, they talked about Michael Jackson, too."

Calling him the 'Chief Business Dude', Cavuto visited with Shepard Smith.

As soon as one of the first sentences came out of Cavuto's mouth, "Yeah, the president really actually had something to crow about today, given this news, in the arrest of this Al Qaeda cell right here in the U.S. of A.", I knew I couldn't listen to anymore self promotion and instant fawning over the president.

Besides that, Melanie will be covering it in some depth, I'm sure. I just wanted to make the point of the cross promotion.

I will give you this -- Bush doesn't give the thought of Laura running for president much credence.

Comment: Wow, great scoop, Cavuto. Question for all of you, who else has President Bush given exclusive interviews to?

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