CNN commentator Symone Sanders attacked President Donald Trump on air Monday, accusing him of giving the military the “proverbial middle finger.” “I would just like to remind folks that in the months leading up to Osama bin Laden being killed,
Long before it became a phenomenon, Breitbart News was covering the phenomenon of cord-cutting. Years before the patriotic act of canceling your cable or satellite television package was a thing, Breitbart news was right here laying out all reasons to do exactly that.
Democrat pollster Pat Caddell told Breitbart News on Monday that Fox News “needs to answer” for prematurely declaring November 6th’s midterm elections’ results while citizens were still voting in California and other West Coast states.
With such tight races, it is not unreasonable to ask if Fox News suppressed the Republican vote in Orange County.
“We have created these rules with a degree of regret,” Sanders said in a statement.
After calling all white women who support President Trump “racist,” CNN commentator Kirsten Powers doubled down on her remarks about white people in a tweet Sunday, declaring that all whites–including herself–have to “examine their own racist assumptions/white privilege.”
Crenshaw asked CBS News to “choose our words carefully” regarding Trump’s media animosity on Sunday, because he “was literally attacked.”
Monday on CNN’s “Right Now,” former National Intelligence Director James Clapper, also a CNN contributor, said President Donald Trump was putting the nation in “peril” by accepting the words of autocrats. On the assassination of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi,
CNN announced Monday that the White House has reinstated correspondent Jim Acosta’s “hard pass,” prompting the news network to drop its lawsuit against the administration over the reporter’s temporary suspension.
Comedian Michelle Wolf blasted the White House Correspondents’ Association as “cowards” Monday, following their decision to not invite a comedian to the next correspondents’ dinner.
A Morning Consult poll shows CNN’s Jake Tapper is the most mistrusted journalist in America.
CNN commentator Carl Bernstein said on air Sunday that media outlets should not air President Trump’s full press events but should, instead, show edited portions to viewers.
Former Facebook Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos wrote an article for the Washington Post, Saturday, titled “Yes, Facebook made mistakes in 2016. But we weren’t the only ones.”
The White House Correspondents’ Association announced author Ron Chernow will be the featured speaker at its 2019 dinner, breaking with the tradition of featuring a comedian at the annual event.
CNN host Brian Stelter reports that the White House may once again revoke White House correspondent Jim Acosta’s press credential after a judge ruled to reinstate the “hard pass” last week. The network has asked for an emergency hearing in response to the threat.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke called rumors he would depart for a position at Fox News as “laughable” on Breitbart News Sunday on SiriusXM Patriot with host Amanda House.
Politico accused President Donald Trump of “cyberbullying” Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) with an apparently deliberate typo on Sunday in which he referred to the incoming House Intelligence Committee chair as “little Adam Schiff.”
CNN contributor Kirsten Powers declared on air Friday that all white females who supported President Donald Trump were “racist.” Powers, referring to white females who support Trump, said, “They’ll say, ‘Well, I’m not racist. I just voted for him because,
Politico published an article Saturday trashing the California Republican Party, after Democrats seized six U.S. House seats — including all of those in Orange County. However, its sources are largely Democrats, Never Trump Republicans, and Republicans who have worked for Democrats.
The mainstream media are celebrating Acosta’s win. But it proves Trump’s conservative judicial philosophy works best for everyone — and counters the media’s own narratives about Trump himself.
The New York Times took aim at Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump on Saturday in a story citing them as symbols of division within the American Jewish community: “Are Jared and Ivanka Good for the Jews?”
During her “Opening Statement” segment on Saturday, Fox News Channel’s Jeanine Pirro hammered Sen. Kamala Harris for her claim in a congressional hearing that a perception exists that the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency is like the Ku
CNN hit a new low Thursday, with its “Communications and Digital Partnerships” vice president Matt Dornic disclosing private information about his company’s hiring process in order to demean a conservative reporter. The Daily Caller’s Benny Johnson sent a tweet mocking
Fox News host Tucker Carlson blasted CNN and its head media reporter Brian Stelter Friday, accusing the network of “defending Antifa” after Stelter challenged a claim made by Carlson regarding Antifa’s harassment of his home.
In a lengthy post, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed common concerns and detailed his plans for Facebook in the near future, which included penalizing “borderline” provocative content and stopping users from engaging with it.
Greenwald reminds readers that even Obama’s justice department was hesitant to prosecute Assange.
Larry King says CNN correspondent Jim Acosta was “out of line” and “childish” during his testy exchange with President Donald Trump.
George Conway, husband of Kellyanne Conway, said he would “move to Australia” before voting again for Donald Trump.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg called a recent report from the New York Times which made a number of shocking claims about the company “simply untrue.”
We’re writing up rules and regulations,” Trump said, referring to how he wants reporters to conduct themselves in the White House.
Friday on ABC’s “The View,” guest host and CNN contributor Ana Navarro called president Donald Trump “president grumpy man baby.” During the panel discussion about a Federal Judge’s ruling in favor of CNN in a dispute with the White House
A judge on Friday ordered the White House to immediately restore the hard pass press credential of CNN White House Correspondent Jim Acosta after it was temporarily suspended following a tense exchange with President Donald Trump.