Christine O'Donnell tells Fox News that she's done with national media and ready to focus on local coverage for the Delaware voters who'll actually vote in November.
That's not the part of her appearance the local media is paying attention to. From the Wilmington News-Journal, "Christine O'Donnell uses Hannity show to provide new answers on financial charges":
According to court documents, O'Donnell stopped paying the mortgage on her Wilmington home in October 2007. In the spring of 2008, the mortgage holder sued O'Donnell and received a judgement on the home. Weeks before the scheduled sheriff's sale date, O'Donnell sold the house to a then-boyfriend and campaign attorney.
When asked previously, O'Donnell had denied there were any problems with her mortgage, said she was unaware of the suit by the holder and told supporters she sold the home to get out of debt and run against then Sen. Joe Biden.
O'Donnell told Hannity that she did in fact fall behind on her mortgage payments. She said it was because she had taken on a pro bono clinet as part of her freelance public relations work.
The local/national thing gets to be a real problem when you've left a record with one that you then try to change with the other.