The White House has been coming under increasing presser in recent days calling for the public release of 28 pages that were omitted from the 9/11 Commission Report. Many speculate that the pages contain evidence that Saudi Arabia aided in the attacks and Charles Krauthammer and Laura Ingraham dialed up their own presser Monday on Fox News’ Special Report with Bret Baier. Both calling for pages to be released to the public.
JORGE VIERA, REPORTER, UNIVISION: They [protesters] demand that if Congress decides to help the island get out of its crisis, it can’t impose a fiscal oversight board.
PROTESTERS: [Chanting] This struggle will continue, at all costs!
JORGE VIERA, REPORTER, UNIVISION: What are you demanding?
NEIDA SANDOVAL, ANCHOR, TELEMUNDO: The fiscal crisis that Puerto Rico faces could cost its largest treasure: its natural resources. One of the clauses in the proposal for financial help before Congress would allow thousands of acres of protected lands in the island to be opened up to development by private enterprise.
With the Indiana primary a day away the liberal media is franticly pushing the narrative that Ted Cruz is going to lose and Donald Trump is destined to be the nominee. “It's hard to think of Ted Cruz as a human being in the same week when Boehner called Lucifer,” smeared Nicolle Wallace on Bloomberg’s With All Due Respect. Co-host of the show John Heilemann declared Indiana was the end of line for Cruz, “this was the last stand for the Never Trump movement.”
[See NewsBusters for more.] Earlier this year, CNN’s Jake Tapper called the President out on doing a poor job when it comes to transparency and the press. Perhaps Barack Obama didn’t like this much as he singled out the journalist during Saturday’s White House Correspondents Dinner with a gratuitous swipe. With a joke setup that people are leaving the White House, Obama chided, “Even reporters have left me.
[See NewsBusters for more.] Ted Cruz continued his verbal war on the liberal media, Monday, sparring with MSNBC's Hallie Jackson over the mainstream media’s excitement to crown Donald Trump the Republican nominee. Cruz, standing next to Indiana Governor Mike Pence, endured a barrage of questions about the businessman.
More in the cross-post on the MRC's NewsBusters blog.
In an exclusive for NBC’s Today on Monday, correspondent Kerry Sanders could not contain his pure joy at being aboard the first cruise ship bound for Cuba since the Obama administration resumed diplomatic relations with the communist nation.