The Fox network is sticking with its regular schedule over President Barack Obama this week.Good for FOX. In these struggling economic times FOX has every right to put their hard-earned ad revenue first (esp. during sweeps week), instead of an overexposed President who wants to invade prime-time space just to tell us how great his first 100 days in office have been. To think, this is Barry's 4th interruption of the prime-time TV schedule--can some yell "EGO!!!" Besides that all the Obama stans out there can easily rush to ABC, NBC, CBS and all the other host of networks carrying his press conference live to get in their daily Barry fix.
The network is turning down the president's request to show his prime-time news conference on Wednesday. The news conference marks Obama's 100th day in office. Instead of the president, Fox viewers will see an episode of the Tim Roth drama "Lie to Me."
It's the first time a broadcast network has refused Obama's request. This will be the third prime-time news conference in Obama's presidency. ABC, CBS and NBC are airing it.