Three years ago, Fox News reporter James Rosen was at the center of a major Obama administration story when it turned out the DOJ had been monitoring him and tracking his movements over potential secret government information he received on North Korea. Fox was rightly outraged, and this set off a major discussion about how the Obama administration treats the press.
Well, Rosen was at the center of yet another administration controversy in the past few weeks. In December 2013, Rosen grilled then-State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland over the Iran deal, and she insisted that there were no secret bilateral talks with Iran. There were, and Rosen discovered that the video had been edited to remove that particular remark. At first, the State Department said it was a glitch, but weeks later they admitted it was done purposely.
Rosen kept the pressure on, and this week he sat down for an interview with Business Insider about his personal experience dealing with this administration….