Amidst Network Fluff, Barack Obama Gets a Tough Question...From an Ex-Football Player

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<p>[For more, see video cross-posted at <a href="http://newsbusters.org/blogs/scott-whitlock/2014/05/30/amidst-journalis…;.] Much of the network coverage on the Veterans Affairs scandal has been light on questioning Barack Obama. It took former football player Michael Strahan to come up with a tougher query for the President. During an interview on Live With Kelly and Michael, Strahan lectured, "But a lot of the soldiers haven't been given the treatment, veterans, that they should have got when they come home." Strahan continued, "And there's been calls for resignations and Shinseki... says he's not going to resign. Do you think that he should and if he doesn't, would you be inclined to remove him?" (Just hours after the interview aired, Eric Shinseki did resign as head of the VA.) Obama first shifted topics, insisting, "Well, let me first say that the greatest honor I have is serving as commander in chief."&nbsp;</p>

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