In its Sunday coverage of Donald Trump, CNN noted that a series of tweets attacking non-white Democrats are "racist." More of this, please.
Former Fox correspondent Carl Cameron called the access that hosts like Hannity have to Trump "questionable, if not dangerous."
The CNN host and guests hopes Congress will focus on Dershowitz in particular.
A panel of CNN guests argued on Monday that Jeffrey Epstein’s powerful friends should be scrutinized after the billionaire was charged with sex trafficking and conspiracy.
Max Boot, a conservative columnist for The Washington Post, argued on Sunday that "reality" is "pushing for impeachment."
The founder of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America warns Trump against any pardoning of convicted war criminals.
No matter how much we may wish for Democrats to avoid going on Fox, that is not going to happen.
Brian Stelter Traces The Way Controversies Are Pushed From The Right Wing Fever Swamps To Trump's Twitter Feed
Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter discusses the way stories that whip up outrage on the right work their way from the right wing fever swamps of the Internet, to Fox, to Trump's feed, to eventually mainstream media outlets.
Sorry David Zurawik (Baltimore Sun Media Critic), but Fox has been nothing more than a right-wing propaganda outfit since their inception. They were never "news."
Tucker Carlson opened his show this Tuesday by attacking Media Matters, the SPLC and CNN's Brian Stelter and Don Lemon, whose last name he refused to pronounce correctly and demanded the IRS go after Media Matters.
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