CNN political correspondent Nia-Malika Henderson said on Thursday that Donald Trump’s constant talk of voter fraud in the “inner cities” is coded racist language. The ongoing talk of a “rigged” election and calls for his supporters to monitor polling places, Henderson...
As if there was any doubt at this point that the media is fully in bed with the Clinton campaign, Glenn Thrush, Politco's Chief Political Correspondent, decided to make it crystal clear in the following email to Podesta back in April...Show More Summary
Glenn Thrush, Politico's Chief Political Correspondent, openly admits in an e-mail to John Podesta that he has become a "hack." Thrush forwards...
Karen Tumulty, national political correspondent for The Washington Post, talks with Rachel Maddow about how she found Kristin Anderson, who says Donald Trump...
Jesse Watters of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor recently visited New York City's Chinatown to "sample political opinion" – and it resulted in a controversial and racist segment. Daily Show correspondent Ronny Chieng was understandably...Show More Summary
In separate reports on Tuesday’s NBC Today, correspondents Peter Alexander and Kristen Welker accused Donald Trump of employing “scorched-earth” political tactics by promising his supporters that he would continue to investigate Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal if elected.
Soon after the end of Sunday’s presidential debate, CNN’s senior political correspondent Brianna Keilar rushed to the event’s spin room to lob softball questions to John Podesta, Clinton’s campaign chair. “Donald Trump called Hillary...Show More Summary
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Tuesday, October 4. All times are Eastern. Top picks 16 For ’16 (PBS, 8 p.m.): The first recommendation from your brand-new What’s On Tonight correspondent (the new kid in town, or to use the first...Show More Summary
Washington Post political correspondent Chris Cillizza should win some kind of award for the worst pre-debate spin. He tried to defend NBC anchor Lester Holt: “It turns out Holt is actually a registered Republican. Trump still mightShow More Summary
Michael Brendan Dougherty, senior correspondent for The Week and former Business Insider politics editor, says the conventional wisdom is wrong: Trump doesn't need to tone it down in tonight's debate. If he wants to win, he has to dial...Show More Summary
Jonathan Martin, the national political correspondent for The New York Times, UNLOADED on Hillary Clinton Sunday morning on CNN. Martin... The post NYT’s Jonathan Martin: “Degree To Which People Believe” Clinton Is Dishonest Is “Incredible” (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Former Goldman Sachs economists Lord Jim O'Neill has quit his unpaid role in the Treasury. Sky's political correspondent Darren McCaffery first reported the resignation, which has been rumoured for a while. Downing Street's press office...Show More Summary
By Hong Soon-do, Beijing correspondent, AsiaToday - Tibet's exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has once again become a political hot potato in the international community. Things are getting complicated as China is reacting strongly...Show More Summary
In today’s clip, Keith Olberman says that Hillary is wrong, ALL Trump supporters are deplorable. Raw Story recaps: Keith Olbermann is back in the political punditry game as GQ’s official special political correspondent, and he’s wasted no time taking Donald Trump and his campaign to the woodshed. Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann is back in the political punditry game as GQ’s official special political correspondent, and he’s wasted no time taking Donald Trump and his campaign to the woodshed. In a new video posted on Thursday, Olbermann names names when listing off all the ways that both...
Meet GQ's new election Special Correspondent: @KeithOlbermann https://t.co/QXP4qOxnR4 — GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) September 12, 2016 Reply
There was no way Keith Olbermann was going to sit on the sidelines during the 2016 presidential election, right? While we wait for Olbermann to hopefully find another outlet for his sports commentary, he’s got his platform for politics. Show More Summary
Appearing as a panel member on Friday's New Day, CNN political analyst and New York Times correspondent Maggie Haberman admitted that the conspiracy theories questioning whether President Barack Obama was born in the United States and legally eligible to be President began with members of Hillary Clinton's 2008 campaign while conservatives were mostly rejecting the issue.
Recently, T magazine had Brad Pitt sit down with author Marlon James to discuss Serious Man Topics such as war and politics. While we sadly don’t get to read the pair’s late-night email correspondence, we do inexplicably get to see Pitt perform an inexplicably candlelit dramatic reading of a passage ... More »
A very big City Hall payout. Tail O' the Pup returns. Trump will find a new LA Times correspondent in Mexico. And more.