Jill Wine-Banks, former Watergate special prosecutor, talks with Ari Melber about how technology and social media have changed the pace of news since Watergate, putting Donald Trump at a disadvantage trying to control the Trump-Russia story.
Jill Wine-Banks, former Watergate special prosecutor, talks with Ari Melber about how technology and social media have changed the pace of news since...
Bob Woodward says in a video for The Atlantic today that the media needs to calm down in how it's covering the Trump administration, saying, "We are not at the Watergate level yet."
Ian Bremmer, geopolitical analyst and president of the Eurasia Group, explains why he doesn't think a Trump impeachment is likely. Following is a transcript of the video. I’d be very surprised if Trump was impeached. For me, this scandal looks much more like Iran-Contra than it does Watergate. Show More Summary
Former Democratic candidate for president Hillary Clinton delivered the commencement speech at her alma mater Wellesley College on Friday. She... The post Hillary Invokes Watergate During Speech – Forgets To Mention She Got Dumped from Watergate for Being “Liar” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
As NBC News first reported, Jared Kushner is "under scrutiny" in the FBI's Russia investigation, meaning the probe is now in the Trump White House and in the...
With the bombshell report that Kushner is under FBI scrutiny, Chris Matthews thinks this is a story developing like Watergate.
So often in recent coverage of the Donald Trump White House, the Watergate scandal is invoked as a point of comparison.
He forged a 20-year partnership with “NewsHour” anchors Robert MacNeil and Jim Lehrer.
In September, 1972, about ten weeks after the Watergate break-in, Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward huddled in the vending-machine room at the Washington Post’s old headquarters, on Sixteenth Street. Most days, the two reporters met there before presenting their latest scoops to the top editors. Show More Summary
It needed to be said. The post Watergate Journalist Scolds Media for Looking for the Next Watergate appeared first on RedState.
Donald Trump’s first year in office isn’t even half over but the liberal media is ready to bury it. Journalists went crazy over the James Comey dismissal with constant comparisons to Watergate. CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin called it “A grotesque...Show More Summary
Having previously warned that the press “shouldn’t whine, and if we sound like we are an interest group only concerned with ourselves, it doesn’t work with the public," infamous Watergate reporter Bob Woodward told Axios' Mike AllenShow More Summary
AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi, File President Nixon tells a White House news conference that he will not allow his legal counsel, John Dean to testify on Capitol Hill in the Watergate investigation and challenged the Senate to test him in...Show More Summary
A new limited series has been commissioned that will re-examine the Watergate scandal of the 1970s. History announced plans today for the documentary series “Watergate” from Academy Award-winning director Charles Ferguson. The series will feature new interviews with journalists, senior...
Oscar winner Charles Ferguson ('Inside Job') will direct and produce. read more
So here's the thing: despite being completely exhausted with Stupid Watergate, I have a hard time not consuming news about it. Which is weird, because I know full well that knowing about all of the stupid shit that Trump does...
The Washington Post’s executive editor has convicted Donald Trump. One would assume the only solution is impeachment. Appearing on CBS This Morning, Marty Baron touted the Post’s war against the President. He concluded, “When I was coming out of high school, there was Nixon and Watergate. And so, I wasn't in the middle of that, obviously. But this feels like that in many ways.”
His reported request to the heads of the DNI and NSA echoes Nixon’s effort to shut down the Watergate investigation.