[See NewsBusters for more.] The hosts of MSNBC Live on Friday thought it was “crazy” that some young women aren’t supporting Hillary Clinton to be the first woman president. Chris Jansing and Tamron Hall marveled at a New Hampshire focus group that included young, college-age females.
[See NewsBusters for more.] According to Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly on Friday, the Democratic primary race is a hyped-up media “mirage” and Hillary Clinton will almost certainly win the nomination. Appearing on Good Morning America, Kellly dismissed, “It seems to me like some sort of mirage.
Read more at NewsBusters | "You guys get to vote in five days. We can't wait to see how it turns out. Don't screw it up!" Those were the curious parting words that MSNBC's Rachel Maddow gave at the conclusion of Thursday night's Democratic primary debate which she moderated at the University of New Hampshire alongside colleague Chuck Todd.
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Just as he did on January 24's Meet the Press, MSNBC Presidential Candidates Debate co-moderator Chuck Todd chose to ask Hillary Clinton about her e-mail scandal not in terms of substance or reporting concerning new details about this but instead through a lazy, political lense as if he’s speaking on behalf of Democratic voters.
Read more at NewsBusters | "You're kind of cranky, but you know your sh*t!" That's how Hardball host Chris Matthews complimented his guest, former Gov. John Sununu (R-N.H.), as he thanked him for appearing on the Thursday night edition of Hardball. Matthews instantly recognized his gaffe and apologized to Sununu and fellow guest Howard Fineman for using such a "Trump word."
Read more at NewsBusters | In a chat with the publisher of the Manchester Union Leader this afternoon on MSNBC in which the two were discussing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's ramped-up attacks on the Florida senator, Chris Matthews trotted out a tired line of his about how Marco Rubio is a "robot" who was programmed by the "neocons."
“What's so ironic is that the two candidates that have been around the longest, are the most versed on both sides, know issue by issue, could go toe to toe with anybody longer are Hillary Clinton on the Democratic side and Jeb Bush on the Republican side”
If you’re a Hillary Clinton fan Thursday’s Morning Joe could help you get your fix of the presidential candidate. Joe Scarborough brought on Joe Klein to talk about his new pro-Hillary piece in Time magazine. Klein’s kind words about Hillary allowed Scarborough to reminisce about his days in congress and what he thought about the then First Lady.