ALFONSO AGUILAR: I agree but I think both sides can go to their media outlet of choice and get articles that — give them their narrative.

CHUCK TODD: Every one of my colleagues grounds their arguments in facts. Every one of my colleagues grounds their arguments in facts. No doubt, they have a point of view, but it is grounded in facts. There are other places that don’t ground their arguments in facts…

I don’t want to get into a media debate. But that echo chamber — I agree with you, don’t blame the voters. But that’s the issue here. We are not — we have people intentionally not agreeing on the same set of facts.

STEVE BRILL: You can’t have a false equivalency about facts. Either there is a law that forces those kids to be separated or there isn’t. It’s not my opinion.