The craziness spreads
“You’re not releasing any new information or revealing any secrets. You’re literally framing what is already public information.”
Brzezinski: “We’re not snowflakes, are we?”
Doesn’t this sound familiar, NBC?
“We can’t be siding with the Saudis when they murder a Washington Post columnist.”
“You can’t just throw that out as a political dagger to protect this reprehensible predator of a president.”
“…everybody was screaming at the Republican party 24 hours ago that they needed to give her a hearing.”
“It’s very sad.”
Obsession isn’t just a Calvin Klein brand
MoJo in the Trump era
“We talked and then, abruptly, he was embracing me and giving me a French kiss.”
“If you didn’t want this to be a win for Trump, you gave him one in a big way.”
“I do not know who Donald Trump is having an affair with, okay?”
“You’re slurring a woman. It’s disgraceful.”
Done without permission?
Over the edge
“…twice the Washington Post would not let me put that in my column.”
All the President’s tweets
“I realize that is not my place.”
“If this is where this movement takes us, this is very dangerous.”
“I’d call that an icon”
“this is why we have Trump.”
“I think the days of sort of tip-toeing around the Clinton’s are over and I’m fine with it.”
Mika: “We need to know what happened.”
Come on, man.
“I’m not putting anything squarely on the president…”
Is there a doctor in the house? Actually… no.
You’d think he was in Russia
“Just for the record, we are all really nervous. So if people out there feel nervous, we do too.”
“She’s not credible anymore.”
What the market will bear
Rather than “fake news” about politics, this is actual news about the media
“Unmeasured and almost unhinged.”
“I thought people in the flyover space were supposed to be really closed-minded.”
“I don’t know why you’re so bitter.”
“I say shut it down.”
Pro-China groups now involved.
The naughty list
Promotes anti-trust law, but not involved in Google suit.