Critical of the reported decision of the administration to use scarce vaccine on detainees, Fox News launched a series of reports including one headlined "Pentagon: Gitmo Detainees to Receive H1N1 Vaccine, Despite White House Claim."
When White House spokesman Robert Gibbs denied the Fox report, that network responded by publishing Mr. Gibbs' denial in a report headlined "White House Responds to Report Terror Suspects Get Priority Treatment for H1N1 Virus."
Fox included a video clip and transcript, which reads:
WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY ROBERT GIBBS: There is no vaccine in Guantanamo, and there's no vaccine on the way to Guantanamo.
QUESTION: So the Pentagon was wrong when they confirmed that on Friday?
GIBBS: I — I don't know what the Pentagon said. I — I know, in asking yesterday, whether or not there was any vaccine there or whether there was any vaccine that was on its way, the answer to both those questions was — was no.
QUESTION: Is that because of the White House stopped it or...
GIBBS: No, that was because there wasn't any there, and there wasn't any on the way.
(*QUESTION: "I thought this administration has banned the use of torture in Guantanamo . Has that policy been reversed ?" )