Agendas and priorities.
Only 27% “likely” to bother watching at all.
” … a monument to hearsay and a travesty of journalistic ethics.”
“She’s now pursuing a different career path and off that beat. Simple as that.”
“It is not hyperbole to say that lives are at stake.”
“Trump and his aides showed little interest in healing or national unity.”
“She’s really played this up.”
“We’ve already led on this issue.”
Rosen talking out of both sides of her mouth?
“In what other aspect of journalism do we believe that hiding information from the public serves the public?”
All of this and nothing?
“This kind of tweet is what we would expect from a left-wing pundit not from an objective journalist…”
“…folks should stop pretending that Kavanaugh or his record is the issue.”
“At least this chapter of American history would come to a close.”
“He spoke accurately…and sincerely”
Madman or just mad man?
“its own belligerence alarms the FBI and other law enforcement officials.”
When Believe All Women becomes Believe Most Women
Planted questions in a remote presser… from the next room?
“I have done things that I am ashamed of…”
Maybe they should get out more.
More popular, less unpopular… but not a headline
“It’s all very smug.”
Who has the spare time to hate her?
“…help the Committee in better understanding these issues.”
“… it serves as a crutch for the imagination.”
I’ma set it straight, this Watergate
The GOP could never be that lucky
Two-thirds give Trump an A, too.
“…it was just another smear campaign by WikiLeaks”
“This White House does not seem to respect the idea of accountability.”
“The results…are preliminary…”
“It’s a miracle that we’re holding out this well.”
A press pandemic