"Everyone wants to know what I have to say," said Greta Van Susteren in the closing seconds of her show's opening segment Wednesday on MSNBC.
This is not just a Twitter rumor. Bloomberg columnist Margaret Carlson was on Greta Van Susteren’s MSNBC show and said she has a source in the White House who says Steve Bannon is on his way out. Greta sent this tweet out:.@carlsonmargaret:...Show More Summary
“Let’s start with yesterday—the Holocaust situation,” Greta Van Susteren said to Sean Spicer, the White House spokesman, who always seems to be in one situation or another, on Wednesday, at a forum at Washington’s Newseum. There was, from the audience, a faint sound of stilted laughter, of the sort conveying not pleasure but a sense of the absurd. Show More Summary
The press secretary began with an apology for his latest scandal. But the interview only got worse. On the heels of his Hitler comment, Press Secretary Sean Spicer spoke with MSNBC's Greta Van Susteren at the Newseum's "The President and the Press" event Wednesday. Show More Summary
A contrite White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, who has been doing damage control since he blurted out earlier this week that Hitler “didn’t sink” to using chemical weapons, told Greta Van Susteren during an appearance this morning on MSNBC,...
Sean Spicer apologized this morning at Washington D.C.'s Newseum during an interview with MSNBC's Greta Van Susteren and expressed remorse for "letting the president down." Spicer has been playing defense since, like a moron, he used...Show More Summary
In an interview with Greta van Susteren that lasted for 30 minutes at Washington D.C.’s Newseum, Sean Spicer continued apologizing for remarks that Hitler “didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons” like Syrian dictator Bashar al Assad did:… Read The post Sean Spicer Continues Apologizing for Hitler Remarks: ‘I Made a Mistake. Show More Summary
White House press secretary Sean Spicer told MSNBC’s Greta Van Susteren this morning that he “let the president down” with his headline-making Holocaust blunder this week. The spokesman said his comment – that Hitler “didn’t sink” to...Show More Summary
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations drew boos from an audience on Wednesday after insisting Donald Trump’s actions prove he sees Russia as a problem. MSNBC’s Greta van Susteren on Wednesday grilled Haley over the president’s refusal to list Russia as a problem. The pair were speaking at the...
Former Fox News host Greta Van Susteren won't stop complaining about the sexual harassment classes big corporations make their employees take, and in doing so, illustrates the kind of culture that fosters sexual harassment.
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President Donald Trump was reportedly furious that yet another judge had shot down his second travel ban — and his aides had to scramble to calm him down before he did his big rally in Nashville on Wednesday. Politico reports that Trump showed up late to his Nashville rally, and that he was...
MSNBC's Greta Van Susteren tonight talked about the issue of Sean Spicer's credibility as he continues to defend President Trump's wiretapping tweets.
Greta Van Susteren issued a strong rebuke to Donald Trump on her MSNBC show after Trump sent out a tweet Friday calling a number of major news outlets “the enemy of the American People.” Trump aimed his remark at what...
Greta Van Susteren ended her new MSNBC show with a stern warning to President Trump about the battle he ignited with the nation's media. The president sparred with the media throughout his campaign, then ratcheted things up after the election with calls of "fake news" on Twitter and during press conferences. Show More Summary
“Mr. President, back off,” Greta Van Susteren said as she wrapped her MSNBC program addressing Donald Trump having taken to calling the press the “enemy” of the American people. Meanwhile, over at her former network, Fox News Channel,...Show More Summary
MSNBC's Greta Van Susteren ended her show today with brief commentary on President Trump's feud with the press, with words of criticism for both sides.
Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA), who sits on the House Armed Services Committee, told MSNBC’s Greta Van Susteren that he’s worried President Donald Trump’s Sec. of Defense James Mattis will eventually resign because “his boss is so crazy.” “It seems like Democrats and...
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Senator John McCain spoke with MSNBC's Greta Van Susteren tonight about the "disastrous" rollout of President Trump's travel ban.