By Fred Barnes
As a rule, the press is the scourge of presidents. They’re expected to endure unending scrutiny, mistrust, and badgering—plus hostility if they’re Republicans—by a hectoring herd of reporters and commentators in the mainstream media. But there’s an exception to the rule: President Obama.
This is all pretty obvious, but it is worth considering that the cheerleading press might actually be unwittingly fattening the president up for the political slaughter.