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Trump Throws Down with Liberal Hacks Karl, Rucker Over Woodward Book

September 10th, 2020 8:49 PM

On Thursday afternoon, President Trump continued to distinguish himself from Joe Biden on access with another White House press conference that featured snarky, Jim Acosta-like questions from ABC’s Jonathan Karl (even though he’s written about his disdain for Acosta’s style) and far-left Washington Post reporter and MSNBC contributor Phil Rucker as they both accused him of having lied…

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MSNBC Tries to Pin 190,000 Deaths on Trump: 'More Damaging Than Nixon'

September 10th, 2020 10:28 AM

As fallout from Bob Woodward's book Rage continued on, the cast of Thursday's Andrea Mitchell Reports came together for some Monday morning quarterbacking on President Trump's handling of the pandemic, with Woodward's Washington Post colleague Phillip Rucker using the book to blame Trump for 190,000 COVID deaths.

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MSNBC: Trump Can't Win on Record, So He Must 'Instigate' Conflict

August 31st, 2020 11:25 PM

MSNBC White House correspondent Geoff Bennett guest hosted MSNBC Live on Monday where he editorialized with Philip Rucker of the Washington Post about President Trump's campaign strategy that allegedly involves instilling fear and division in the hopes igniting conflict through out the country.

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WashPost's Rucker: Trump Pretended Not to Be a Racist At RNC

August 28th, 2020 6:41 PM

For the past several weeks, the media has condemned President Trump for not showing enough empathy given the state of the country. After the conclusion of the RNC, MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell and the Washington Post's Philip Rucker declared on Friday that such attempts to show empathy don't matter anymore because they're not real anyway, with Rucker going so far as to declare that…

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MSNBC Reruns Rucker's Dishonest Hate-Summary of Trump's Speeches

July 7th, 2020 7:39 AM

The media's deliberate misinterpretation of President Trump's Mount Rushmore speech as part of a pro-Confederate culture war continued on Monday's MSNBC Live as the Washington Post's Philip Rucker cited unnamed Republicans who fear that Trump is planting the party "on the wrong side of history."

WashPost Distorts Mt. Rushmore Speech as Screed for 'White Domination'

July 5th, 2020 9:52 AM

President Trump’s rousing Friday night speech at Mount Rushmore made the front page of The Washington Post on Sunday. It was distorted, almost beyond recognition. The Page One headline was “Trump’s racial animus rattles GOP.”

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WH Reporters Peddle Fear, Impugn Trump’s Motives on Reopening, Testing

May 11th, 2020 7:45 PM
The White House press corps must have consumed plenty of Wheaties ahead of Monday’s presidential press conference as, by and large, reporters came at President Trump with an emphasis on fear to keep Americans in their homes and impugn the motives of Trump on both death tolls and testing. And when CBS’s Weijia Jiang made her latest scene a la Jim Acosta and sought to have Trump…
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Here Are the BEST Trump Smackdowns of Journalists at COVID Briefings

May 1st, 2020 10:30 AM
News reports percolated last week that formal White House Coronavirus Task Force briefings could go away or see a dramatic overhaul. Instead of showing seriousness and sobriety during this pandemic, camera-hawking, far-left egotists picked fights with President Donald Trump only to cry foul afterward to sympathetic colleagues. MRC analysts combed through our archives of the briefings to resurrect…
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Trump LEVELS Phil Rucker; ‘I’m the President and You’re Fake News’

April 23rd, 2020 9:37 PM
Ahead of Thursday’s NFL Draft, there was a rhetorical pummeling at the White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing as the horribly biased Washington Post White House bureau chief Philip Rucker found himself flattened by President Trump as “total faker” after he insisted that it was “dangerous for you to” encourage people to go outside as the temperatures warm up…
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Andrea Mitchell Smears Red States, Blames Them for Corona

April 7th, 2020 9:28 AM
MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell and the Washington Post's Philip Rucker decided on Monday to place the blame for the current pandemic on President Trump and red states by conveniently ignoring all contrary evidence that would suggest that partisan affiliation has nothing to do with the current health crisis.

MSNBC Says Trump Has Difficulty With 'Strong Women Leaders'

April 1st, 2020 9:00 AM
If President Trump's reaction to the coronavirus pandemic to proves anything, according to MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell and the Washington Post's Philip Rucker, it is that Trump is incapable of being surrounded by strong, competent female leaders. Mitchell made the accusation on her Tuesday show, by giving Rucker examples that purportedly prove her point.

Column: Press Briefings and Ego Bruisings

March 25th, 2020 6:44 AM
One of the more tiresome partisan polkas we’ve witnessed in the Trump years is the herky-jerky dancing around the White House briefing. First, journalists insist it’s a dangerously undemocratic practice to avoid a daily briefing. Then when suddenly there are daily briefings for a public-health crisis, journalists insist it’s a dangerous practice to air these briefings live…
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IRONY: Lemon, WashPost Hacks Claim Media Are ‘Not at War’ with Trump

January 29th, 2020 7:55 PM
On the same CNN Tonight in which host Don Lemon refused to apologize for his venomous Saturday night segment against Trump supporters, Lemon and guests Washington Post journalists Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker hilariously insisted Wednesday that the media are not a political party, “not at war” with the Trump administration, and journalists “apologize” when they get…
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Stephanie Ruhle Wonders Why Trump Suddenly Trusts Intel Agencies

January 8th, 2020 1:47 PM
Concerned that President Trump may not have fully thought through the possible ramifications of droning Qasem Soleimani, MSNBC Live host Stephanie Ruhle wondered on Monday why Trump suddenly trusts the intelligence agencies. Ironically, the answer she got from the panel showed it was MSNBC that is the one that apparently has problems trusting the IC.