Fox News CEO Roger Ailes: NPR Execs Have 'Nazi' Attitude In an interview with The Daily Beast, Fox News chief Roger Ailes criticized NPR's decision to fire news analyst Juan Williams after he made remarks about Muslims on Fox. He called NPR executives Nazis several times. Ailes has issued an apology to the Anti-Defamation League.
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Fox News CEO Ailes: NPR Execs Have 'Nazi' Attitude

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Fox News CEO Ailes: NPR Execs Have 'Nazi' Attitude

Fox News CEO Ailes: NPR Execs Have 'Nazi' Attitude

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STEVE INSKEEP, Host:

The head of the Fox News Channel has apologized to a Jewish civil rights group for using the term Nazis to describe NPR executives. Here's NPR's David Folkenflik.

DAVID FOLKENFLIK: David Folkenflik, NPR News, New York.

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