On Election Day, at an enthusiastic gathering of Obama supporters in Fountain, Colorado; Dave Phillips, a reporter for the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph, had just finished an interview with Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar about his controversial policies for managing America’s wild horse populations. Just after Secretary Salazar answered final questions about the future safety of wild horses and he turned to leave the interview, he unexpectedly approached Phillips and told him, “If you set me up like this again, I’ll punch you out.” Standing nearby was Ginger Kathrens, Executive Director of the Cloud Foundation, a Colorado-based wild horse advocacy organization. “I was stunned by the Secretary’s rude and clearly hostile comment toward Dave,” said Kathrens.Click here to read more.
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Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Interior Secretary Threatened To 'Punch Out' Reporter
President Obama's Interior Secretary,Ken Salazar threatened to "punch out" a reporter who he accused of "setting him up." It's quite a stunning story from Fox Nation. Here's an excerpt:
Posted by Dan Cirucci at 5:02 PM
Labels: energy, environment, Media, Obama
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