Read more at NewsBusters | Discussing rumors of a possible Hillary Clinton campaign shakeup in an attempt to right the ship after a close race in Iowa and what looks to be like a Sanders blowout in New Hampshire, CNN’s Anderson Cooper tonight made a humorous comparison to how struggling cable TV executives handle programs that just aren’t cutting it in the ratings.
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Monday’s CBS Evening News continued to bask in the supposed glory of CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King’s pre-Super Bowl interview with President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama with additional excerpts and anchor Scott Pelley gushing over the “terrific interview.”
Read more at NewsBusters | MSNBC's Chris Matthews is enjoying beating the dead horse that is Marco Rubio's repetitive answers on Saturday night's debate. But in doing so, Matthews himself is continually trotting out the same talking points about "short-term memory loss" and sounding like a character from the 1982 movie Blade Runner.
[See NewsBusters for more.] A testy Chris Christie reminded George Stephanopoulos of his political “operative” past on Monday, hitting the Good Morning America co-host for bringing up the New Jersey governor’s low poll ratings.
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While all three network morning shows touted Hillary Clinton’s campaign attacking Bernie Sanders supporters for “sexism,” only NBC’s Today mentioned prominent Clinton surrogate and “feminist icon” Gloria Steinem employing sexist language to attack young women supporting Sanders.
ADOLFO FRANCO, REPUBLICAN ANALYST: What's happenning with the New York Times, Jorge, and with the leftist media in general, is that they want to reserve the position for a Democrat. Like they did with the Supreme Court, when they rejected the nominations of George W. Bush.
ADOLFO FRANCO, REPUBLICAN ANALYST: First thing, to clarify in this program with Univision and with all the media. Our Party, as much Marco Rubio as Ted Cruz, first they are not 'anti-Hispanic'. They certainly are Hispanic. But they are in favor of immigration. What they're not in agreement with is with the people who arrive to this country illegally. And this question of 'anti-immigrant', it's nonsense to say that. Because no one is 'anti-immigrant.' Yes, they are opposed to uncontrolled immigration.
FORMER U.S. AMB. OTTO REICH: Fortunately in our democracy, people don't vote based on skin color or ethnic origin, as it ought to be.