Could Roger Ailes Have Told Someone To Lie?

“Fox News Chief, Roger Ailes, Urged Employee to Lie, Records Show,” is how the New York Times headlines a story about how Ailes “encouraged [Judith Regan] to lie… to federal investigators who were vetting Bernard B. Kerik for the job of homeland security secretary” because Ailes feared word of Regan’s affair with Kerik would damage Rudy Giuliani’s presidential campaign (a feat that Giuliani proved quite capable of handling on his own, as it turned out). The whole thing is a bit of a trip down memory lane (I mean, when was the last time you thought about Judith Regan?), but, really, couldn’t that headline just as easily apply to every Fox News employee who has ever received a memo from Ailes?

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