Bedard Celebrates Wallace’s Crystal Anniversary

For “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace’s 15th anniversary (because it’s such a big one right?), U.S. News & World Report’s Paul Bedard gave the host a big 629-word smooch.

“This is the best job,” Wallace told Bedard while boasting that Fox News Sunday is “maybe the very first primary” for GOP presidential hopefuls. In the interview, Wallace uses a turn of phrase that always sounds amusing coming from a FNC on-air personality. He says the show is — cough cough — “fair and balanced.” And thank God the soup gets a mention. After the show, he goes home for his wife, Lorraine‘s soup, followed by a much needed snooze.

Gift choices for the crystal anniversary range from a crystal carafe or decanter or an oil and vinegar cruet set to a crystal chess set like the one pictured here, a pineapple lamp or a Waterford Crystal sailboat.

Bedard had no comment on how hard or easy it was to secure an interview for the story.

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