Jeffrey Toobin flipped out when Dana Bash made an insightful point about the political ramifications of uncorroborated allegations.
American liberal media are so biased that they are delighted to take the foreign leaders’ laughter as vindication of their bias against Trump.
‘In the grand scheme of things, my goodness, there was no intercourse, there was a touch,’ one of the Republican women said.
Chris Cillizza said it’s ‘VERY dangerous’ for people to ask for clarifying details about the allegation of sexual assault.
Liberals are increasingly comfortable arguing against the ‘undemocratic’ Constitution, seeing the system as the opposition.
Sometimes the ‘expert’ offered is worse than the chaos, and few do more of a disservice to the national conversation than CNN’s ‘chief legal analyst,’ Jeffrey Toobin.
‘When it comes to actions taken and attempts to spy on reporters, the Obama administration was very bad. The media didn’t have the same reaction to it that they do to the Trump administration.’
Donald Trump’s ‘fake news’ hyperbole has currency with Americans because the media often live up to their worst expectations. Just look at CNN.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi discuss some major media reporting fails from CNN and the New York Times.
President Trump’s decision to strip John Brennan’s security clearance sets a strong precedent that a person who uses his security clearance improperly will have it revoked.
CNN, along with a conglomerate of other media outlets, filed a motion Friday morning to publicly reveal the names and home addresses of those serving on the jury in the Manafort trial.
The anti-Trump cable network has a history of doxxing threats and harassment.
The same headline-writing heroes who constantly intone about ‘comforting the afflicted and afflicting the comfortable’ can’t stand the discomfort of a few snide comments from President Trump.
The CNN host condemned violence against Antifa, but excused violence by its members against peaceful demonstrators.
Trump has called numerous people a dog or said they had been fired like a dog, including David Gregory, Steve Bannon, Erick Erickson, Rick Tyler, Glenn Beck, Chuck Todd, and Bill Maher.
The news media narrative that Trump is emboldening white supremacy took a hit yesterday. There were probably 20 journalists for every white nationalist in DC.
Michael Avenatti popped up at the Iowa State Fair last week, an event that has traditionally been a campaign stop for presidential candidates.
The same journalists who come unstuck over President Trump’s criticism of outlets like CNN gloss right over New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s criticism of Fox News.
Guest host Ana Navarro and Meghan McCain got in a heated debate about media bias and fake news Friday morning on ‘The View.’
Acosta seems to think he can be an objective reporter by day and a pundit by night. But at this point no one paying attention is buying his act.
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