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By Julia A. Seymour | | April 5, 2017 | 5:28 PM EDT

President Donald Trump got elected with promises to rev up the economy and create millions of jobs, so he has made sitting down with CEOs, executives and small business leaders a priority. Only it’s been a media priority to ignore it.

On April 4, Trump was at it again — holding more meetings — this time, a speech to trade leaders and a town hall with 50 CEOs, according to Fox Business. None of the network news programs mentioned it that night. Adding those executives to another 49 separate CEOs he already met with, Trump has sat down with at least 99 business leaders since taking office.

By Sarah Stites | | April 5, 2017 | 4:08 PM EDT

According to some liberals, gay fashion designers simply can’t support the Trump administration. But Stefano Gabbana does, and he couldn’t care less about the backlash. On April 3, the White House released its official portrait of Melania Trump clad in a sharp, black Dolce & Gabbana blazer. The following day, Gabbana, co-founder of the D&G brand, posted a picture of the First Lady to his personal Instagram account with the caption: “#DGWoman BEAUTIFUL #melaniatrump Thank you America #madeinitaly.” 

By NB Staff | | April 5, 2017 | 3:52 PM EDT

Media Research Center President Brent Bozell on Wednesday blasted the coverage of the Susan Rice scandal, saying that reporters are making a “mockery of the news media.” Appearing on Fox Business’s Intelligence report, he also made a prediction of journalistic end game: “The media will not say it, but their position is he never should have been elected and he should be removed from office. Don't kid yourself.... They what they want him out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.”

By Katie Yoder | | April 5, 2017 | 3:32 PM EDT

The liberal media aren’t sure what to make of one comedian who claims that abortion is either “taking a sh*t” or “killing a baby.” In his new Netflix special released Tuesday, Louis C.K. opened his show with the topic of abortion – a move that attracted criticism from outlets like Vogue.

By Curtis Houck | | April 5, 2017 | 3:16 PM EDT

The Washington Free Beacon’s Alex Griswold ripped The New York Times in a Tuesday afternoon Twitter thread for altering a headline of its exclusive President Trump interview from a sober one to a biased version that “editorializes more than a little” in an attempt to do the bidding of their besties in The Resistance.

 

By James Powers | | April 5, 2017 | 3:06 PM EDT

Good things come in threes. This is the third month in a row for a strong jobs report. The question is: Will journalists continue to ignore the good economic news under President Donald Trump? The stock market surged April 5, after news of what CNBC Senior Economics Reporter Steve Liesman called “another blowout” jobs report from the ADP private payroll. According to the report, the private sector gained 263,000 jobs in March, which was 83,000 more than economists expected.

By Kristine Marsh | | April 5, 2017 | 2:49 PM EDT

All three networks gave full reports to the Susan Rice scandal Wednesday morning, but spent the majority of the time deflecting blame from Rice to attack President Trump. Just like yesterday, ABC and NBC offered the most biased coverage, going out of their way to attack Trump for his wiretapping claims instead of focusing on Rice’s history of lying about the unmasking allegations.

By Melissa Mullins | | April 5, 2017 | 2:16 PM EDT

Newark Mayor Ras Baraka (D) was recently on MSNBC’s PoliticsNation when he told host Al Sharpton that the Trump administration wanted to make sanctuary cities into “fugitive slave catchers” by withholding federal funding from such cities. Baraka made a point that he would defy they law when it came to illegal immigration. 

 

By Sarah Stites | | April 5, 2017 | 12:19 PM EDT

On April 3, Pepsi Global released a protest-themed campaign starring model Kendall Jenner. Shortly thereafter, the internet exploded like a shaken soda can. Then on the morning of April 5, the corporation pulled the ad. 

By Mike Ciandella | | April 5, 2017 | 12:11 PM EDT

On the April 5 NBC Today, correspondent Kristen Welker repeated last-minute accusations that Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch had plagiarized – but it wasn’t until after she had gone onto other topics and was wrapping up her report that she mentioned that the person he was accused of plagiarizing had already debunked those claims. 

By Scott Whitlock | | April 5, 2017 | 11:56 AM EDT

What a difference a day makes. CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King on Wednesday grilled Ivanka Trump on being “complicit” in her father’s administration, one that many are “very afraid” of. This contrasts to the fawning interview with another first daughter, Chelsea Clinton, on Tuesday. For that, fan girl King gushed over the younger Clinton’s political prospects: “Are you running? Are you running? Are you running?” 

By Aly Nielsen | | April 5, 2017 | 11:38 AM EDT

Much like the January 2017, anti-Trump Women’s March, the protests against Trump’s Supreme Court pick were not grassroots efforts. Fourteen “People’s Filibuster” events protesting Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch on April 1 were organized by The People’s Defense, an activist website created on Feb. 28 by NARAL Pro-Choice America.

By Clay Waters | | April 5, 2017 | 10:16 AM EDT

Ken Dilanian, intelligence and national security reporter for NBC News, posted Tuesday on the emerging controversy over the “unmasking,” by President Obama’s National Security Adviser Susan Rice, of the identities of Trump associates whose names were originally redacted in intelligence reports. The title to Dilanian’s piece, “What Is Unmasking, and Did Susan Rice Do Anything Wrong?”  made it safe to assume that Dilanian’s answer would be “Of course she didn’t!”

By James Powers | | April 5, 2017 | 9:47 AM EDT

The gender pay gap is not what the left claims, but the liberal media continue peddling the misinformation that women make far less than men. Proponents of the “misleading” wage gap statistic designated April 4, as Equal Pay Day. Each year they cry discrimination and call attention to “wage discrepancies that exist between men and women in the workforce.” Predictably, liberal media outlets repeat those claims that women get paid 20 percent less for doing the same work as men and refuse to expose the truth behind the statistic. 

By Dawn Slusher | | April 5, 2017 | 9:23 AM EDT

Last week’s episode of TBS’s The Detour might have poked fun at liberals, but this week the joke is on us. And it was far from funny. April 4’s episode, “The Job,” was filled with utter contempt and intolerance towards Christianity. The first hint of trouble came when main characters Nate (Jason Jones) and Robin (Natalie Zea) Parker are having difficulty hailing a taxi and Nate turns to silently pray about it.