“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.”
Otto Warmbier unavailable for comment.
“you have to do a quick hug, then an immediate release…”
“At the conclusion of the review we will share what we’ve learned, no matter how painful…”
“It is insulting to see the pretend shock on the faces of the people at Today…”
“…Lauer had summoned her to his office in 2001 and then had sex with her.”
Hey, nineteen? TV producer booted after harassment claims emerge.
“We are in the middle of a sea change in this country.”
“Drink it in, ladies!”
“They were terrified of Matt.”
Don’t let vindication be derailed by vigilantism
“… until the questions of his past conduct are fully understood.”
“I believe in the First Amendment.”
“Ronan Farrow wound up paying out of his own pocket for a camera crew”
“There’s no reason, journalistically, for the story to have been killed. “
“…like watching a network try to assemble its own Bride of Frankenstein”
But the problem didn’t start with Trump
“…there were people on both sides who seemed ready for a fight”
This is why we can’t have nice things
“I’m bothered by the lack of emerging evidence…”
Shine a light.
Not exactly dangerous
“We talked about some other stuff”
Could have been worse
Wouldn’t that be lovely?
Hey, why not?
None of you are exactly winning the Miss Congeniality award
“I remain deeply grateful to Fox News…”
Rather than “fake news” about politics, this is actual news about the media
Fine, but what exactly are you blaming people for?
Facts and apologies.