While appearing on Fox, Gibbs chides Fox for airing reality show instead of Obama’s speech.

This morning on Fox News, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs chided the Fox broadcast network for refusing to air President Obama’s speech tonight on health care before a joint session of Congress:

I do hope the viewers of Fox will find a way to watch the speech tonight. I know that the network, instead of dealing with the reality of millions of people on health insurance reform, have decided to show a reality show called something like, “So you think you can dance.” […] I do hope that people will check into the reality of what’s going on in America rather than the distraction of a reality TV show.

Fox & Friends host Steve Doocy stumbled and bumbled briefly for a response, before explaining to the audience that Fox has both a broadcast network and a “news channel,” and the Obama speech “will of course be right here on the Fox News Channel.” Watch it: