Or should we say who else?
“The path of least resistance.”
“his smear rests on the allegation that NBC’s management knew…”
Also: “Instant conflict of interest.”
“The reason you have those cultural problems down there — he created that!”
“This is shocking and appalling.”
A Tale of Two Rachels?
Trump: “NO DIFFERENT than the horrible, corrupt and fraudulent Fake News…”
“Iran has ‘multiple instruments at hand, including the proxy war'”
Prediction: “as unresponsive as possible, while telling the truth.”
Epstein: Foreign passport was abduction protection.
“We have to defend ourselves.”
The news NBC didn’t report.
Back in the saddle
Populism on steroids
“We’re gonna have to leave it there.”
Get back to actual news, maybe?
“Everyone wants this to be over — both Megyn and NBC…”
DeSantis … not so much.
“…the Kavanaugh confirmation process was over and the news value was limited.”
“I didn’t ever think it was Brett”
Kardashianesque — and albatrossesque.
“This kind of tweet is what we would expect from a left-wing pundit not from an objective journalist…”
“NBC News, for the record, has not been able to independently verify her claims…”
“That it happened or not, I have no idea.”
Meanwhile, at CNN: “This deserves a correction.”
“An outright lie.”
Cheer up, little camper
“People [inside the network] know a lot more than people outside do and gossip a lot more and resent a lot more…”
Elections matter, when you remember them.
“I want NBC to stop fighting #MeToo within its own walls.”
“We talked and then, abruptly, he was embracing me and giving me a French kiss.”
“Brokaw used to be a total dog, and everyone knows it.”
“I told management they had a problem…”
Yet another “open secret”?
“She went rogue.”
Misplacing the blame
“What have we seen so far? Absolutely nothing.”