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.
After NBC hired on Fox News darlings Greta Van Susteren and Megyn Kelly, media insiders are claiming that the network is trying to be "the next Fox News." In particular, one source said that NBC head Andy Lack is trying to push the network toward what FOX News is now, saying, "He believes he's building MSNBC and NBC into the next Fox. Show More Summary
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Trump's Mexican border wall from improbable is rapidly becoming imminent. First, it was Paul Ryan telling Greta Van Susteren that he is prepared to pay $8-$14 billion for Trump's "massive wall"... Paul Ryan tells @greta “we're going to pay for” Trump's wall, confirms est. Show More Summary
Senator Lindsey Graham joined MSNBC's Greta Van Susteren tonight to talk about what Donald Trump needs to do once he's sworn in tomorrow.
In light of her recent return to cable news, let's take Thursday to look back on Greta Van Susteren's TV history.
Airing in the 6 PM ET time slot, For the Record finished third among cable news programs in its time slot. For the week of 1/9 - 1/13, Van Susteren's new show pulled in 822,000 viewers and 172,000 in the key 25-54 demographic.
Greta Van Susteren, a former Fox Newser now anchoring on MSNBC, spoke with Nancy Pelosi tonight and asked her about the state of Democratic leadership once Donald Trump is sworn in.
The addition of Fox News anchors Megyn Kelly and Greta Van Susteren to NBC News and MSNBC, respectively, may portend major shifts across the TV news landscape. For Fox, the loss of its biggest news star has resulted in a doubling down on conservative-leaning opinion hosts in primetime. Show More Summary
MSNBC's Greta Van Susteren says Trump may look at @POTUS as a step down from @realDonaldTrump.
The 9 p.m. premiere of Tucker Carlson delivered 2.7 million total viewers. The premiere of For The Record with Greta Van Susteren beat CNN at 6 p.m. in total viewers, but fell short in A25-54.
Fox News has been dealing with a lot of changes on the backend. Roger Ailes exited the company over the summer, and Greta Van Susteren and
Fox News veterans Greta Van Susteren and Megyn Kelly will be reunited at NBC News, as both announced new positions with the network last week. But according to a… READ ON