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Donald Trump's firing of racist adviser suggests he is now taking the presidential campaign more seriously

Earlier today, Business Insider's senior politics correspondent, Hunter Walker, revealed that a senior adviser to GOP front-runner Donald Trump published many racist and otherwise offensive Facebook posts. Specifically, the adviser,Show More Summary

'Black lives' protest may show Sanders' weakness

Karen Tumulty, Washington Post national political correspondent, talks with Steve Kornacki about whether Bernie Sanders can attract enough of the black vote...

Video Flashback: In ’88 Interview, NBC Pushed Donald Trump on Presidential Run; Chided His Wealth

Nearly 27 years before Donald Trump actually announced he was running for President, then-NBC News correspondent Chris Wallace pressed a younger, thinner Trump about his political ambitions during an interview at the 1988 Republican National Convention. Show More Summary

GOP debate dynamics a chance for Walker to shine or be overshadowed

Kasie Hunt, MSNBC political correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about how the addition of Scott Walker affects the Republican 2016 field, and how the...

Reporter at Vox: The Media 'Rule' Is Treat the Clintons As 'the Purest Form of Evil'

Vox chief political correspondent Jonathan Allen issued an odd article on Monday titled “Confessions of a Clinton reporter: The media's 5 unspoken rules for covering Hillary.” In Allen’s view, the media are ridiculously harsh on Hillary and the Clinton scandals. Show More Summary

CNN’s Keilar Lets Hillary Ramble on Clinton Foundation; Poses Gooey Questions on $10 Bill, SNL

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s first national TV interview aired during Tuesday’s edition of The Situation Room on CNN and while senior political correspondent Brianna Keilar pressed Clinton on her e-mail scandal and tumbling poll numbers, the interview measured up to little more than a stroll in the park. Show More Summary

Historically Inaccessible And Disingenuous Candidate To Prove She Is Accessible And Genuine As She Agrees To Doing Her First Sit-Down Interview Three Months Into Campaign

[guest post by Dana] It is being reported that Hillary Clinton has agreed to sit for an interview with CNN senior political correspondent Brianna Keilar: Presidential interviews usually aren’t game-changing events — almost every other 2016 candidate does them regularly — and tomorrow’s sit-down, in Iowa City, isn’t likely to be a landmark moment in […]

TONIGHT: Hillary Clinton Speaks To CNN

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

CNN reports: Hillary Clinton on Tuesday will give the first nationally televised interview of her presidential campaign to CNN senior political correspondent Brianna Keilar. The Democratic front-runner has largely stayed away from the...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton to [Finally] Do First National TV Interview

3 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlDC

Hillary Clinton‘s first national TV interview since announcing her presidential run will air this Tuesday at 5 p.m. EDT on CNN. Senior political correspondent Brianna Keilar will interview Clinton in Iowa City, Iowa. Keilar is on her...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Gives CNN First National Interview Post-Press Roping

Hillary Clinton has picked CNN senior political correspondent Brianna Keilar for her first nationally televised interview since officially announcing her candidacy. Word of the CNN “get” interrupted, if only temporarily, the chatterShow More Summary

CNN Scores First National TV Interview with Hillary Clinton

3 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

Nearly three months after she officially announced her 2016 presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton will sit down for her first nationally-televised interview on Tuesday. CNN Senior Political Correspondent Brianna Keilar will have the honor of asking the questions.

Business Insider’s Walker: Gay Marriage Opponents can go ‘Fk Themselves’

“To me suggesting I should treat gay marriage opposition as legitimate seems to me like suggesting I should have been unbiased about Jim Crow,” tweeted Hunter Walker, the Senior Political Correspondent for Business Insider. Walker, the...Show More Summary

Betting on the date of the EU referendum

Over the weekend, stories emerged, which were downplayed by Number 10, that the EU referendum  was set for October 2016.  Then the Telegraph’s Chief Political Correspondent tweeted this afternoon. David Cameron could secure EU deal in time for October’s Tory party conference, Number 10 has indicated today. Show More Summary

Mike Tobin: Fox News Channel’s ‘Greatest Critics Don’t Watch Us’

For Midwest bureau correspondents like Fox News Channel’s Mike Tobin, there’s never a dull moment when it comes to covering political figures in the Land of Lincoln. “These Illinois politicians “are the gift that keeps on giving,” Tobin told TVNewser this week while covering Dennis Hastert‘s arraignment in Chicago. Show More Summary

Iranian, P5+1 Political Directors Wrap Up Nuclear Talks in Vienna

A meeting of political directors from Iran and the P5+1 group of world powers wrapped up on Friday afternoon in the Austrian capital Vienna, a Sputnik correspondent reported.

MSNBC Reporter Asks Rubio About Traffic Tickets: ‘Do You Have A Lead Foot?’

Appearing on MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Monday, the network’s political correspondent Kasie Hunt touted a clip of her pressing Florida Senator Marco Rubio over a handful of traffic tickets: “I have to ask you, there was a New York Times report about your collection of speeding tickets. Do you have a lead foot?”

WashPost: 'Many Americans' Applaud Jenner, But Right Wing Takes 'Apocalyptic' View

The media’s glorification of Bruce Jenner’s sexual confusion would not be complete without an attack on conservative voices. Enter the Washington Post’s national political reporter Robert Costa and national political correspondent Philip...Show More Summary

National Journal’s Fournier: Hillary Should be Sweating Because Majority of Americans Don’t Trust Her [Video]

Hillary Clinton may not look like she’s sweating, but according to National Journal senior political correspondent Ron Fournier she should be, based on the latest Quinnipiac poll: She is sweating, or at least she should be sweating, You look inside that poll—53 percent of Americans don’t trust her. Now, with that kind of number either […]

WashPost Plays Dumb, Finds 'It's Surprisingly Hard to Say' If Letterman's Liberal

Washington Post political correspondent Chris Cillizza spent way too much time claiming the personal political views of David Letterman were some kind of mystery. The headline was "Is David Letterman liberal? It's surprisingly hard to say." No. Show More Summary

Republicans seek political advantage with Clinton emails

Kasie Hunt, MSNBC political correspondent, talks with Steve Kornacki about whether Republicans will be able to turn their questions about Hillary Clinton and...

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