As someone who's been writing snappy headlines for years now, I love a good pun. And so, it seems, does Stephen Colbert. After MSNBC host Chris Hayes this week inadvertently referred to presidential candidate Bernie Sanders as "Bernie Sandwiches," Colbert decided to have a little fun by making several puns involving both Sanders and sandwiches. Show More Summary
New Hampshire went with the bad-boy candidate on Tuesday, picking the wild-maned Bernie Sanders by a resounding margin. Also an unexpected winner? MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes, who made the delightful error of referring to the Vermont senator as "Bernie Sandwiches." This allowed Colbert to go on a tear of puns,... More »
SHARK SANDWICH: ‘In my defense I was watching people being served dinner’: MSNBC host Chris Hayes accidentally calls Democratic New Hampshire winner ‘Bernie Sandwich.’
From the February 10 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes: CHRIS HAYES (HOST): When you said white supremacy, just -- he has occasionally retweeted explicitly white supremacist sites. He just retweeted the Twitter user WhiteGenocide, someone he has retweeted before. Show More Summary
From the February 9 edition of MSNBC's All In With Chris Hayes: RACHEL MADDOW (CO-HOST): I will say if you're a Muslim-American. if you are from a family of immigrants, if you are a Mexican-American, as 30 million Americans are, this win tonight by Donald Trump, it may be chilling. Show More Summary
Live TV slip-ups are common and understandable, but two separate pundits on two separate cable networks mispronounced Bernie Sanders' name tonight and the hilarity is just too good to pass up.
"[T[here is no way we get through this campaign without Donald Trump suing Ted Cruz." That's a prediction that MSNBC All In host Chris Hayes dropped on his guests, NBC News Trump campaign correspondent Katy Tur and the Huffington Post's Sam Stein. For her part, Tur was inclined to disagree.
Reports are that Santorum has pulled out. Don't start. Here's why Rick Santorum got zero votes at the GOP caucus we were at tonight. https://t.co/8J8SJMcRFi — All In w/Chris Hayes (@allinwithchris) February 2, 2016
Poor Rick Santorum just can’t catch a break. During a particularly hilarious interview with Chris Hayes of MSNBC last night during the Iowa Caucuses, the unnamed precinct captain admits that even he didn’t vote for Santorum and the reason is – well, too ridiculous to believe. Hayes live tweeted his interview with the unnamed gentleman [...]
Bernie Sanders, Democratic candidate for president, talks with Chris Hayes about the upcoming Iowa caucuses, the shape of his campaign in early primary...
Kevin Drum at Mother Jones highlighted an exchange about Trump overcoverage on Twitter between MSNBC host Chris Hayes and Washington Post economics correspondent Jim Tankersley. Liberals and journalists were disappointed that a network like MSNBC would highlight Trump’s quickly assembled event to compete with the presidential debate. Show More Summary
Last night I griped about the endless news coverage that Donald Trump got for a political stunt that obviously had no purpose except to get news coverage. A few minutes ago, MSNBC host Chris Hayes and Jim Tankersley of the Washington...Show More Summary
From the January 28 edition of MSNBC's All In With Chris Hayes: ERIC BOEHLERT: You know, I said in July and August "Of course he can win the nomination," because look, he is reflecting something that has been taking place for eight years under Obama. Show More Summary
From the January 27 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes: CHRIS HAYES (HOST): Fox News has been pulling a similar trick insisting on their own steadfast righteousness in the face of Trump's cajoling. A spokesperson said in a statement...Show More Summary
"Politics makes strange bedfellows" goes the old saying. In that case, Chris Matthews and Ann Coulter snuggled up under the sheets on tonight's Hardball. After a six-minute roll in the hay – Chris, you stallion! – Matthews thanked Coulter for being on her "best behavior" and gushed that she should come back on air sometime soon.
“I’ll win a title for Ghana this year,” says Joseph Agbeko. Former boxer Audley Harrison attends Isle of Man awards Barry McGuigan raves about David Haye Billy Joe Saunders or Chris Eubank Jr for GGG? The post Boxing Buzz appeared first on Boxing News.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), who will not be in Thursday's GOP Debate, is making his TV rounds in lieu of his disappointing poll numbers. He appeared on MSNBC's All In With Chris Hayes last night. Hayes asked Senator Paul his opinions on...Show More Summary
On Monday night, Planned Parenthood CEO and all-around goddess Cecile Richards appeared on MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes to perform a windswept victory dance on the grave of this fiasco, while reminding everyone how important it is to fight against the dangerous lies being told about women and their health care.
Chris Hayes dropped a question on former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli that needs to be asked of Carly Fiorina. Essentially, he asked if the grand jury's decision in Texas to clear Planned Parenthood and indict David Daleiden...Show More Summary
Chris Hayes can crow about the refusal of a Houston grand jury to refuse to indict Planned Parenthood. But for him to claim, as he did on his MSNBC show tonight, that PP did not sell baby parts is... choose your synonym for dishonest. Show More Summary