‘Conspiracy theories are so much more interesting than the truth,’ Brian Stelter said in 2016 when criticizing reporters asking questions about the status of Hillary Clinton’s health.
CNN’s Brian Stelter interprets Trump’s tweet of encouragement and positivity as “acting like he’s drinking from the fountain of youth.”
Stelter refused to acknowledge reporting on Steele dossier because he’s “a media reporter” that doesn’t “cover the dossier over the air.”
The New York Times latest report on Trump’s finances lacks the smoking gun many media talking heads are claiming it contains.
CNN’s Brian Stelter dodged a series of questions posed by ABC’s Meghan McCain where “The View” co-host confronted the media critic on CNN’s own coverage.
Stelter was proud enough of this statement to include it in the preview he published in Vanity Fair as a sample of the book, used to drum up excitement and entice potential readers to purchase.
CNN’s media critic wonders if there is a network that criticizes Trump non-stop.
The New York Times dedicated an entire piece to complaining about the presence of a conservative reporter on a White House trip with the vice president.
Donald Trump’s election has indeed proven to be a turning point for the press. The industry, however, pivoted 180 degrees in the wrong direction and lost all ability to turn back.
The “noose” found in NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace’s garage was not planted and had been there since 2019. Are you shocked? I’m not shocked.
CNN’s senior media reporter condemned Fox News on Tuesday for giving airtime to one of the nation’s preeminent experts on the Russia hoax.
The racism narrative has overshadowed the much more important point reporter Weijia Jiang highlighted, which is the media’s consistent defense of China and downplaying of American exceptionalism.
CNNs Brian Stelter lashed out at conservative media Sunday for affording coverage exposing the very conspiracies CNN breathlessly chased for years.
As I read through premodern histories that record the effects of epidemics much worse than our present crisis, I am struck by how our ancestors seemed to take them all in stride.
Instead of respecting and worshiping fragility, anxiety, and vulnerability, it is time to reconsider stoicism and fortitude.
On Monday night Chris Cuomo expressed frustration with his job at CNN, he walked it back, but it still resonates.
Amid the coronavirus crisis, it appears CNN’s media critic Brian Stelter is unfamiliar with the concept of federalism.
The other matchup that jumps out at me is the possibility of Jennifer Rubin matching up with her Washington Post teammate Max Boot with the Final Four on the line.
Less than a week after CNN complained about one of its reporters being called a “liberal hack,” CNN hired a liberal hack in John Harwood.
The media has for decades been constructing a pretense that an elderly four-time cancer patient who falls asleep on the job and can barely walk is peppy, alert, and capable.
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