"Corny monster. There were 1 million other ways to try and take me down and this is what you choose? F**k you."
"Attacking people for their race is exactly how you destroy a country. That's what Democrats are doing," he said
Model Chrissy Teigen on Thursday slammed Laura Ingraham as a "white supremacist" after the Fox News host appeared to voice issues with Teigen's presence on Time's "100 Most Influential People"
The spat started when the Fox News host took issue with Time's list of 100 most influential people.
What is more important, a government that actually represents the American people or whether those lawmakers reflect diversity, a policy liberals believe to be essential? Judging from comments made on Thursday by Chris Hayes, host of the All in weeknight program on MSNBC, he would definitely go with the latter. Hayes made the remarks during a media panel at Reverend Al Sharpton’s National Action Network convention, when he called the Republican Party “essentially a segregated entity” but praised...
AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): 2020 Democrats pushing further to the left, pledging to take on capitalism if they win the White House.
The event was moderated by CNN's Erin Burnett.
"Don Jr. wasn’t indicted for coordinating with WikiLeaks, for conspiring with WikiLeaks," Ronald Klain, former chief of staff to Vice Presidents Joe Biden and Al Gore, said.
Hillary Clinton’s former campaign manager Robby Mook predicted Saturday that White House adviser Stephen Miller may not win out in his reported feud with the president’s son-in-law Jared Kushner for one simple reason. “I think there’s space for Kushner to get in because Kushner is the survivor,” Mook said during a panel hosted by MSNBC’s David Gura. “He’s survived everything.” “Any time you take on him or Ivanka [Trump],” the current House Majority PAC head
Jason Whitlock blocks the slam dunk.
An MSNBC host questioned whether President Donald Trump and his White House are really prepared to issue a rebuttal report after special counsel Robert Mueller’s report goes public. During a discussion about an NBC News report about Trump White House aides worrying about the president’s reaction when he learns they cooperated with the Mueller probe, reporter Carol E. Lee noted that nobody knows yet what the administration is going to do. “Is the White House
Unburdened by basic journalistic ethics, on Wednesday, a series of MSNBC hosts eagerly promoted 2020 Democratic candidates lining up to speak at the annual National Action Network conference in New York City – put on by their fellow MSNBC host Al Sharpton. Not concerning themselves with the obvious conflict of interest presented by the event, the anchors hailed it as an “influential” forum to “woo” Democratic primary voters.