- Apr 12, 2008
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SEAN HANNITY, HOST: One of President Obama's most controversial "czars," assistant deputy secretary for the office of safe and drug-free schools, Kevin Jennings has finally left the White House. And on his way out, took some, well, swipes at Fox News.
In a departing interview, the openly gay Jennings accuses his critics, including Fox, of launching a defamation campaign against him, saying, quote, "It is a complete and total victory for us and a complete and total defeat for our opponents because they tried to derail the work that I was brought here to do and they completely failed to do so."
But is it really a complete failure Mr. Jennings if you are stepping down after less than two years in office?
Besides, how is the defamation if the facts are accurate?
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/hannity/2011/06/21/controversial-safe-schools-czar-calls-it-quits#ixzz1Q4ogROTy