During Friday's edition of Real Time With Bill Maher, most of the panel had few kind things to say about Republicans and conservatives.
During Friday's edition of Real Time With Bill Maher, most of the panel had few kind things to say about Republicans and conservatives. According to panelist Thom Hartmann, the Republicans are "keeping their eye on their constituency" by supporting Brett Kavanaugh before giving a detailed description of his depiction of the Republican Party: "They put together, you know, it started out as, we are all about the rich people, but, you know, there aren't enough rich people to get them elected so we've got to bring in the rubes so let's throw out some gun stuff but mostly let's th
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On Friday, during a lengthy live interview with Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden on NBC’s Today show, co-host Craig Melvin repeatedly pushed the idea of the former Vice President running for higher office in 2020. The reporter even told Biden: “You sound like a man who wants to run.”
[See NewsBusters for more.] CBS This Morning journalists on Friday lectured that Republicans during the Brett Kavanaugh sexual assault hearings are at risk of, once again, of being portrayed as “clueless and insensitive men.” Just like in the Anita Hill/Clarence Thomas hearings from 1991. To bolster this, CBS played clips of Senators questioning Hill.
During Thursday's edition of CNN's New Day, CNN Legal Analyst Areva Martin effectively declared Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh guilty of "attempted rape," saying that if his accuser Professor Christine Blasey Ford didn't meet the Senate Republicans' demands, she would be prevented from telling her "truth" about "the attempted rape occurring that is so critical to the nomination of Judge Kavanaugh." Martin said that Kavanaugh's refusal to call for an FBI investigation calls into question his fitness to serve on the Supreme Court. When Trump supporter Amy Kremer suggested
During Thursday's edition of CNN's New Day, an explosive debate broke out focusing on Professor Christine Blasey Ford and whether or not she will testify in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee about the alleged sexual assault at the hands of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh 36 years ago. When Kremer said that "it's on her" if she decides not to testify, Martin strenuously disagreed, saying "it's not on her, it's on these Republican Senators...to give Dr.
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Ah, yes, “David ‘Rodham’ Gergen” only brings the best political analysis to CNN as a senior political commentator!! Oh wait — what did he say on Thursday’s AC360? Oh, nevermind.