MSNBC, which has been struggling in the ratings for the last several years, announced today that starting in January they will air episodes of Bloomberg TV’s With All Due Respect. The show will continue to air in its 5 p.m. time slot on Bloomberg TV, and then will be repeated by MSNBC at 6 p.m. […]
Jennifer Palmieri had the indefensible position of defending Hillary Clinton and the e-mails scandal:
It’s a huge problem for the supposed front-runner candidate for the Democrats:
Wait, a liberal reporter defends Hillary Clinton’s campaign? No, really?
Hillary Clinton continues to play secretive and keep away with the press and Iowa voters. Will she flop in Iowa like she did in 2008?
Hillary Clinton’s tactics of avoiding making public statements except for random tweets rubbed Bloomberg TV host Mark Halperin the wrong way.
Ted Cruz dealt with the dumb questions very well, which asked if he liked Cuban food, Cuban music and considered himself a Hispanic. Mark Halperin cannot be considered a serious journalist for his search for that one “gotcha” question.
As The Federalist pointed out, Mark Halperin’s “sorry but not sorry” excuse is really lame: “What is it about the phrase “I’m sorry” that makes professional politicos so loath to utter it? Why is it so hard for prominent political types to simply apologize and ask for forgiveness without trying to force a nonsense justification […]
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6/5/2015 - VIDEO: Iowa Voters want Answers, but Hillary is Dodging Them
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5/12/2015 - Liberal Bloomberg TV Host Mark Halperin Sorta Apologizes for Stupid, Demeaning Questions to Ted Cruz
5/12/2015 - Mark Halperin’s Apology to Ted Cruz is Awful