Howie Kurtz, host of Fox News's Media Buzz, sat down with Special Report anchor Bret Baier on Sunday. The two discussed the Democratic National Committee's decision not to allow Fox News to moderate a Democratic primary debate. After Kurtz noted that the "11,000-word" New Yorker piece that the DNC used as an excuse to keep Fox from hosting a debate failed to mention that "Fox has a full-fledged news division of which you and I and many other editors and anchors are a part," Baier revealed that the relationship with Fox News and President Trump is not as cozy at is seems. Kurtz reminded Baier that "you...complained on the air...about not being able to get an interview with President Trump, the person to which we're all supposedly so close." According to Baier, it took 600 days for him to secure an interview with President Trump, which ultimately took place in Singapore. Baier added, "Chris Wallace was even later than that." Baier proceeded to declare that "there is a bit of Fox derangement syndrome with a section of the left," although he ultimately gave his colleague Wallace credit for coming up with that phrase.