by Mark Silva
If Barack Obama can venture on to the FOX News set -- breaking a two-year-long "Obama Watch'' with his appearance on FOX News Sunday with Chris Wallace -- Hillary Clinton cannot be far behind.
Clinton will sit with FOX News Channel's Bill O'Reilly for an interview in South Bend, Ind., that will start airing on The O'Reilly Factor at 8 pm EDT Wednesday and conclude on Thursday same time. "This will be Sen. Clinton's first-ever appearance on The O'Reilly Factor,'' the network says with some pride.
"Sen. Clinton is expected to address questions about her ongoing campaign for the Democratic nomination, her competitor, Sen. Obama, as well as questions about her position on domestic and foreign policy,'' the network says -- well, at least she knows what the questions are.
The O'Reilly Factor bills itself as "the highest-rated program in cable news for more than seven years. Going beyond just the headlines, the Factor uncovers news items from the established wisdom and goes against the grain of the more traditional interview style programs.''