The Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate has a history of singing praise for whatever network he is on, while dissing the other networks.
Exhibit A: Here's Terry McAuliffe attacking Chris Matthews and Hardball, and praising Fox News as "fair and balanced," during an interview on Fox News.
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The full exchange can be found here.
Exhibit B: Here's Terry McAuliffe on Hardball praising Chris Matthews and Hardball, while calling Fox News "right-wing nut case" in 2007.
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