Aside from the obvious point that Carlson made those comments on Fox News, the biggest cable news network in America, the idea that a major network host is telling his Continue reading "Seth MacFarlane Rips Tucker Carlson For Anti-Media Tirade: Makes Me ‘Embarrassed to Work For’ Fox"
Isn’t this sad? Tonight @TuckerCarlson told his viewers not to believe ANYTHING they learn from his rivals: “If you’re looking to understand what’s actually happening in this country, always assume the opposite of whatever they’re telling you on the big news stations.”— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) June 15, 2018
Over half of all Americans (51%) say they approve of how President Trump has handled North Korea.And this is what you’re focused on? https://t.co/MOLD3xXIRj https://t.co/F8mCKmcKDX — Frank Luntz (@FrankLuntz) June 13, 2018
I think it was worth 4 minutes of air time, yes. NK was a far greater part of the hour. Most Americans don’t think Continue reading "Frank Luntz Goes After CNN’s Brian Stelter: It’s ‘Disgusting’ Media Doesn’t Give POTUS Credit"
If you’re talking with your biggest supporter on TV, an informal adviser to your W.H., someone who’s been called your “shadow chief of staff,” someone you’ve shared a lawyer with… Is it really an “interview? Continue reading "CNN’s Brian Stelter Swipes at Hannity For Landing Trump Summit ‘Interview’: More Like ‘A Chat Among Friends?’"
Trump is locked into a cycle in his top-level diplomacy: bully-cringe-bully-cringe. He bullies traditional friends and allies; he cringes to adversaries, dictators, and potential funding sources for Trump enterprises. Bullying the G7 was the weekend’s story; cringing to North Korea—and behind it, China—will be the story of the week ahead.“You wrote a very bruising piece earlier today for The Atlantic about what happened at the G-7 meeting,” Stelter said on Reliable Sources Sunday. “What I’m wondering David is, whether Continue reading "CNN’s Stelter to David Frum: Is it ‘Appropriate’ to be ‘So Critical of Trump’ Ahead of North Korea Summit?"