American media are very arrogant and believe the world revolves around them and their schedule. In short, I think this was funny and whatever our media gets for breaking the rules is what they deserve.
You already know there is no Russia-Trump collusion based on interviews by top Democrat and Republicans leaders.
Richmond told Deutsch. “You can you always have subtle hints of racism or sexism and other things, and it will be effective to some extent, unfortunately.”
Reid: Because he is in jeopardy and everybody is pulling for him, are we required in a moral sense to put that aside in the moment?
MSNBC political analyst Jason Johnson suggested that President Trump’s tweets could be considered obstruction of justice on Thursday.
Chuck Todd: Folks, some want to blame the left or the right or us in the media. But here’s who it seems too many folks don’t want to blame themselves. We are all to blame.
Chris Matthews “And yet what came apart this morning was that theory–Flynn wasn’t central to the Russian investigation”
Scarborough wants people to tune into his show to hear the craziest talk as I said in another piece, he’s trying to do a Steve Colbert.
Reed notes that they spent “little to no time” on the lack of evidence of collusion between Trump’s campaign and Russia or on how leaks are hurting national security
USAA told ABC News that it aired ads on the three shows by accident, and will take steps to ensure that that doesn’t happen again in the future.
Joe Scarborough is the expert on who’s being a Christian? Wasn’t his TV show partner married when they decided to have their little romance?
These people are choking on crow to even form their mouths to say those words, that’s probably why you still hear them trying to add bits and pieces of Trump’s allegations