Sounds like something thin-skinned Dear Leader would bitch about.

Via Daily Caller:

According to excerpts released last night from the upcoming book “Roger Ailes: Off Camera” by columnist Zev Chafets, Fox News head Roger Ailes doesn’t think too highly of Newt Gingrich or Joe Biden. [...]

Chafets also described a meeting between then-Sen. Barack Obama, Ailes and News Corporation CEO Rupert Murdoch:

“After some pleasantries, Obama got to the point. He was concerned about the way he was being portrayed on Fox, and his real issue wasn’t the news; it was Sean Hannity, who had been battering him every night at nine (and on his radio show, which Fox doesn’t own or control). Ailes didn’t deny that Hannity was anti-Obama. He simply told the candidate not to worry about it. “Nobody who watches Sean’s going to vote for you anyway,” he said.”

However, as Chafets recounted, the meeting didn’t end particularly well:

“At that point, Gibbs stood and announced that the session was over. “I don’t think he liked the meeting very much,” says Ailes.”

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HT: Mark Levin