CBS Sunday Morning today featured a piece from Ted Koppel on America’s serious divisions and a back-and-forth between Koppel and Fox News’ Sean Hannity on the subject. Koppel opened by talking about the “alternate universes” Americans are living in these days, running clips of people like Hannity, John Oliver, and Tomi Lahren in talking about the people who are “driving the country further and further apart.” Part of Koppel’s report focused on the rise of conservative media and the influence it’s played on the current state of American politics, citing Rush Limbaugh in particular. In the snippet of the interview that aired during the segment, Hannity told Koppel that he needs to give the American people a little more credit––that they can distinguish between news and opinion programming. He sensed Koppel’s cynicism and asked, “You think we’re bad for America? You think I’m bad for America?” Koppel Continue reading "Ted Koppel Tells Sean Hannity He Thinks He’s Bad for America"
Some Republicans in Congress have leveled harsher criticisms at the caucus. Meadows did not have words of criticism for the president, telling George Stephanopoulos that there’s been a lot of discussion in the past 48 hours about how Republicans can come together to ‘get this over the finish line.” He said that Democrats shouldn’t be applauding this because America’s health care system still requires some serious changes. Meadows admitted he’s done some “self-critiquing” lately, but said this isn’t the end of the Continue reading "House Freedom Caucus Chair Reacts to Trump Calling Them Out on Twitter"
Democrats are smiling in D.C. that the Freedom Caucus, with the help of Club For Growth and Heritage, have saved Planned Parenthood & Ocare!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 26, 2017