This Was the Single Best Tweet Of the Super Bowl Night

This Was the Single Best Tweet Of the Super Bowl Night



No specifics followed, so what was Hillary Clinton talking about?

What she was likely referencing was a bizarre, tense, and one-sided partisan interview aired during the Super Bowl pre-game show, in which viewers watched as Clinton's former boss, President Barack Obama, defended himself against a barrage of conservative criticisms that were entirely unrelated to anything else in Fox's Super Bowl telecast. (Watch the interview here.) 

The Obama grilling came as part of a special 10-minute Fox News interview, hosted by the not-so-fair-and-balanced conservative pundit Bill O'Reily. The interview focused on stale news items that haven't been heavily debated for months (except by conservative pundits) including the crash of Obamacare website healthcare.gov, the IRS scandal, and the Benghazi affair. 

... One could sense that the latter topic relating to Libya might have irked the former secretary of state, under whose watch the Benghazi attack happened.

Call it payback. 

How much do you trust the information in this article?

Chris Miles

Chris has worked for media outlets including the Associated Press and Stars and Stripes. He worked with the Clinton Foundation, the United Nations, and with the Kentucky state legislature. He holds a master's degree in political science from the University of Louisville, and a BA in journalism and political science from the University of Kentucky. He is originally from Lexington, Ky. Kentucky basketball occupies a majority of his free time.

MORE FROM

What does Sean Spicer’s resignation mean for the rest of Trump’s inner circle?

Many are already wondering if Spicer's departure could portend more shakeups to come.

How the messy New York City subways are hurting vulnerable New Yorkers the most

The New York subway system is a mess — and here's who's suffering the most.

Is Sean Spicer the shortest-serving White House press secretary in history?

Spicer served just six months as press secretary — there are some cabinet members in White House history who have served mere days.

5 stories from this week that aren't about OJ Simpson or Sean Spicer

The White House will be forced to release logs from Mar-a-Lago, and Democrats finally have an agenda.

According to Anthony Scaramucci’s Twitter, he believes in climate change and voted for Barack Obama

He also supports same-sex marriage. And abortion rights.

Trump is reportedly looking into pardoning himself. Here’s why that could backfire.

Can the president really pardon himself?

What does Sean Spicer’s resignation mean for the rest of Trump’s inner circle?

Many are already wondering if Spicer's departure could portend more shakeups to come.

How the messy New York City subways are hurting vulnerable New Yorkers the most

The New York subway system is a mess — and here's who's suffering the most.

Is Sean Spicer the shortest-serving White House press secretary in history?

Spicer served just six months as press secretary — there are some cabinet members in White House history who have served mere days.

5 stories from this week that aren't about OJ Simpson or Sean Spicer

The White House will be forced to release logs from Mar-a-Lago, and Democrats finally have an agenda.

According to Anthony Scaramucci’s Twitter, he believes in climate change and voted for Barack Obama

He also supports same-sex marriage. And abortion rights.

Trump is reportedly looking into pardoning himself. Here’s why that could backfire.

Can the president really pardon himself?