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CBS Hosts, NYT’s Kantor Laud Obama’s ‘Above the Fray, Unifying, Nonpartisan Tone’


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<p>Fresh off her glowing column on Sunday polishing First Lady Michelle Obama&rsquo;s apple, author and <em>New York Times </em>correspondent Jodi Kantor appeared on Monday&rsquo;s <em>CBS This Morning </em>to similarly praise President Obama for being<strong> &ldquo;a big believer in taking a kind of above the fray, unifying, nonpartisan tone.&rdquo;</strong></p>

<p>Kantor was joined in her fawning praise by all three CBS co-hosts (including Obama family friend Gayle King) with Charlie Rose touting Obama&rsquo;s <strong>&ldquo;concern about media in the future in terms of social media, in terms of fake news and all of that.&rdquo;</strong></p>

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