It goes beyond his one-on-one with Savannah Guthrie -- and his wife's latest PR offensive isn't going to save him
The media is whining after a contentious interview with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie last week and an earlier one with CNBC’s Kelly Evans, that Rand Paul is the new "sexist" GOP candidate. On April 14’s Today show anchor Hoda Kotb asked Paul’s wife, Kelley, what was “going through her mind” while watching the contentious interview with Savannah Guthrie last Wednesday.
Rand Paul's behavior during contentious interviews with CNBC's Kelly Evans and NBC's Savannah Guthrie prompted questions of whether Paul's interjections were sexist, but the wife of the 2016 contender shot down those accusations during...Show More Summary
Kelley Paul, the wife of Republican White House candidate Rand Paul, said she found it difficult to watch her husband get publicly panned for the way he dismissed Savannah Guthrie in his interview with the TODAY anchor last week. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary
After testy interviews with NBC's Savannah Guthrie and CNBC's Kelly Evans, Senator and 2016 GOP contender Rand Paul has begun to develop a reputation as someone who doesn't take kindly to being challenged by women. His wife Kelly Paul defended him against those charges on Fox & Friends Tuesday morning.
The Republican attack dogs were all over Rand Paul when made the statement "I’m going to keep an open mind" on Obama's deal with Iran."I do believe that negotiation is better than war," Paul told TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie in an exclusive interview. Show More Summary
Savannah Guthrie, like the rest of us, was curious about that whole “get your baby to sleep in under a minute” trick that’s been making the rounds on the web this week, so she tried it out on her own baby. The result was unexpected,Show More Summary
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) was asked on multiple programs Sunday morning about his testy exchange with NBC's Savannah Guthrie last week, which led to questions of whether he bristled at being challenged by female interviewers, or could take criticism in general.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) Rand Paul's defense of his aggressive, interrupting response to the Today show's Savannah Guthrie is that he's an equal-opportunity asshole. He told Wolf Blitzer that "I've been universally short-tempered and testy to both male and female reporters." To which I say: Prove it. Show More Summary
From the April 10 edition of Salem Radio Network's The Mike Gallagher Show: Previously: Right-Wing Media Jumped To Rand Paul's Defense After His Tirade Against Savannah Guthrie Hannity Justifies Rand Paul's Tirade Against Savannah Guthrie: "Journalism Is Dead" Media Should Remember: Rand Paul Has A Problem With Women's Health, Not Just Female Journalists
So Rand Paul had a tense moment with some reporter named Savannah Guthrie. It illustrated what I like about Paul, as well as misgivings I have about him. You can go watch the clip if you want. I like for him to bite back a little. I think that’s good. But then I think he […]
From the April 9 edition of Fox News' Hannity: Previously: Right-Wing Media Jumped To Rand Paul's Defense After His Tirade Against Savannah Guthrie Limbaugh: Savannah Guthrie Showed "Open Disrespect" To Rand Paul On NBC's Today, Savannah Guthrie Grills Sen. Rand Paul Over Shifting Foreign Policy Stances
Conservative media personalities quickly jumped to Senator Rand Paul's (R-KY) defense after his contentious Today interview with host Savannah Guthrie. Rand Paul Interrupted NBC's Savannah Guthrie As She Grilled Him Over His ForeignShow More Summary
Fox News “Outnumbered” host Andrea Tantaros said Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul‘s interview with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie–branded as “testy” by many–proves Paul has work to do when it comes to high-profile media interviews,...Show More Summary
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Rand Paul's newly minted presidential campaign is already plagued with accusations that he's a sexist, after he lectured Today's Savannah Guthrie on Wednesday, following a February incident where he literally shushed CNBC’s Kelly Evans. Now Paul has responded, telling CNN's Wolf Blitzer:
Hoda Kotb, along with Savannah Guthrie and Matt Lauer, make The Hollywood Reporter’s list of the 35 Most Powerful People in New York Media 2015.
Wednesday was a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day for presidential candidate Rand Paul. He started the day by shushing The Today Show’s Savannah Guthrie and finished it by getting “testy” with an Associated Press reporter when asked to clarify his position on abortion. Read more...
Kelly chided Paul for shushing Savannah Guthrie on Wednesday's edition of "The Kelly File"
GOP presidential candidate Rand Paul accused television anchor Savannah Guthrie of "editorializing" and asking biased questions during a contentious Today show interview. Michael Thomas Slager, the white South Carolina police officer...Show More Summary