RELATED: Priebus: Trump Doesn’t Want Paul Ryan to Step Down, Tweet About Judge Jeanine’s Show ‘Coincidental’ But the big moment of her show was the opening in calling for Ryan to step down, so people have been wondering if this really was Continue reading "Paul Ryan Spox: Trump Told Him Tweet About Judge Jeanine’s Show Had Nothing to Do with Him"
Hmm… Earlier today "Fox & Friends" was teasing "stunning new details" on Trump's wiretapping claims set to air during Judge Jeanine's show pic.twitter.com/Cceu2h9lyu— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) March 25, 2017
President Trump told his Twitter followers to watch Judge Jeanine Pirro‘s Fox News program last night and it turns out that the show began with Pirro calling on Speaker Paul Ryan to step down after the health care bill was pulled from the House floor. Now, as Business Insider’s Oliver Darcy noted on Twitter yesterday, Fox & Friends––a show that we know the president watches––featured a graphic that mentioned “stunning new details” on wiretapping:
In Gonzaga, Oregon, and either South Carolina or Florida, the first three tickets to the Final Four will have gone to teams that aren’t, historically speaking, college basketball powerhouses. But the last spot will belong to one of the sport’s blue bloods. It’s Kentucky vs. North Carolina in the South Region Final Sunday afternoon, with the winner moving on to Phoenix for the Final Four. After getting past a tough, woefully underseeded Wichita State squad in the Round of 32, Kentucky had minimal trouble taking care of UCLA on Friday night, coasting to a double-digit win. Now, the Wildcats find themselves on the brink of a fifth Final Four in the past seven years, and remain in the hunt for the program’s ninth National Championship. North Carolina was never threatened in their Sweet 16 match-up against Butler on Friday. Now, they look to take down the Wildcats, and advance to Continue reading "How to Watch Kentucky vs. North Carolina Elite Eight NCAA Tournament Live Stream Online"
You may have already heard about the back-and-forth between Ted Koppel and Sean Hannity on CBS Sunday Morning today on the issue of America’s vast political divide. Koppel told Hannity that he thinks he’s bad for America because he’s “attracted people who are determined that ideology is more important than facts.” CBS, of course, had to edit down the lengthy interview for the broadcast, though the part featuring Hannity’s interview ends with Koppel making that aforementioned remark and does not include Hannity’s rebuttal. So Hannity took to Twitter to slam the “fake ‘edited’ news,” saying he talked a lot about liberal media bias and calling on CBS to release the full interview:
Fake "edited" news. I did about a 45 minute interview with CBS. They ran less than 2. Why did Ted cut out my many examples of media bias? https://t.co/prynzE2yLQ— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) March 26, 2017
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney told Chuck Todd on Meet the Press today that the failure of the Republican Congress to pass the American Health Care Act shows “Washington was a lot more broken than President Trump thought that it was.” He said “the powers that be in Washington” won the day, saying that it wasn’t just the Freedom Caucus but moderates that opposed the bill too. Mulvaney concluded, “This place was a lot more rotten than we thought that it was, and that I thought it was, because I’ve been here for six years. I know the Freedom Caucus. I helped found it. I never thought it would come to this.” Watch above, via NBC. [image via screengrab] — — Follow Josh Feldman on Twitter: @feldmaniac
Reports are indicating that Boris Epshteyn is about to step down from his position as a media surrogate and communications director for President Trump. Epshteyn was a frequent stand-in for Trump throughout the 2016 election, and has continued to defend the president as a member of the new administration. However, White House officials have told Politico that “we are exploring opportunities within the administration,” and Epshteyn will be withdrawing from his high-profile position. Epshteyn is known for having a boisterous TV persona that has been described as “combative” by the media on occasions. He once pled guilty to assaulting a man at an Arizona bar, and Politico described how the Trump surrogate was known for generating friction between the campaign and media staff. [Image via screengrab] — —
Last week Tomi Lahren‘s TheBlaze show was suspended, and now there’s a report out she may be out at the network permanently. New York Post‘s Page Six reports that Lahren has been “banned permanently,” and one insider close to Glenn Beck said, “Glenn is reminding the world of his conservative principles by sidelining Tomi after she insulted conservatives by calling them hypocrites.” If you haven’t already heard, Lahren recently revealed on The View that she’s pro-choice because it would be hypocritical for her to not feel that way when she’s a proponent of limited government. Beck publicly called out Lahren but did not say whether she was out at TheBlaze. [image via screengrab] — — Follow Josh Feldman on Twitter: @feldmaniac