In a highly contentious press conference Tuesday, Donald Trump attacked the press for their justified scrutiny of funds raised for veterans. In the press conference Trump stated he thought it wasn’t right for the press to pay so much attention to the promised funds. Although, this kind of attention to detail was not present in 2008 for then Senator Barack Obama. Commentator Dana Loesch agreed, “I'm glad to see that the press is finally standing up to do its job,” she stated on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 Tuesday.
JUAN CARLOS GONZALEZ, CORRESPONDANT, UNVISION: This Memorial Day event is conducted every year, in a place known as Five Points. Since most of the residents and veterans from around here are of Mexican origin, they can't ignore the remarks made by Donald Trump.
OMAR JUAREZ, MILWAUKEE RESIDENT: I'm Latino, I understand that we Latinos need accessible services, but no one here is discrimating against any Latino. I believe that if we Latinos want to be a part of this society, that we need to adapt. And adapting means learning the language. And I'll give you a very simple example: On the highways, there isn't a single sign that says "exit" in Spanish.
This morning on MSNBC Live, host Steve Kornacki had liberal actor turned activist George Takei on as a guest. Gone are the days where Star Trek fans remember George Takei as their beloved Mr. Sulu. Now, he has coined the phrase #VoteBlueNoMatterWho, and is encouraging Democrats around the country, specifically Californians, to keep their eye on the prize and get behind Hillary Clinton.
More in the cross-post on the MRC's NewsBusters blog.
On Tuesday, all three network morning shows promptly dismissed talk of a third party conservative candidate stepping forward in the presidential race as “fantasy” and “a fool’s errand.” Hosts and correspondents openly mocked the notion of an independent alternative to Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.
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The following is a portion of AR-15 inventor Jim Sullivan’s interview, with HBO's David Scott, as it was aired on the May 24 edition of Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel (Miller has accused the program of deceptively editing his interview):
The crew of Fox & Friends, on Sunday, May 29, were appalled by a column by Howard Bryant, in the June 6 issue of ESPN Magazine, in which he railed against sports teams honoring police officers.