You picked a fight with the wrong lady
“I thought she was spot on.”
“Do I think he was killed? 100%, yes I do.”
“We have to defend ourselves.”
WaPo also wonders: Can you make a report into a cudgel?
“There’s no equivalency to what my father’s spoken about.”
Not concerned about his mistresses because “she was one of them.”
How about “corrupt,” or at least “unethical”?
Trump “morally unfit to be president.”
“It was really, really surprising to see the amount of hate that I got.”
So what’s he supposed to talk about? Sports?
“250,000 tweets. One percent positive, 99 percent negative about this news division.”
“It is vital we get the story right and retain the trust we have built with our audience…”
I love it when that happens!
“… until the questions of his past conduct are fully understood.”
History suggests …
“there is a disease inside of the Islamic world that has metastasized…”
“We had the DNC, the Hillary Clinton campaign or someone in between going to Donald Trump rallies and inciting violence.”
And that was measured before the FBI announcement
59% say election’s not rigged.
Neck and neck
There are more important things
“maybe she wasn’t allowed to have anything to say, you tell me…”
You might want to take this call
“We had no idea who he was.”
I don’t think this is what they meant by “Trump losing in a landslide”
“But there has to be some markings…”
Out of sight, out of mind
Why can’t the Gray Lady count?
Follow the money
One of these things is not the same as the other
Playing journalist on TV.
Week of the long knives
Total lack of recall
The “it’s all your fault” apology.
But you probably won’t enjoy it
Rasmussen: 40% want Williams to resign, will be more skeptical of NBC News reporting
One’s fine with no conviction, the other not so much
Donations for endorsements?
It’s all in the translation, you know.