CNN's Dana Bash overlooked every lie and every nasty thing Trump said because he took a serious tone. We call that "Presidentification," and it's a dangerous precedent.
Dana Bash had her Van Jones moment after Trump's endless press conference Tuesday, praising him. "He is being the kind of leader that people need, at least in tone, today and yesterday," she said. He lied several times.
Marc Short, chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, argued on Sunday that New York City's controversial stop and frisk was not as racist when President Donald Trump supported it.
Good for Mayor Pete, but why should anyone be asked to respond to this vile bigot in the first place?
Gaslighting and expecting "decorum" while ignoring that lying=abuse of power.
Tucker Carlson outdid himself in the self-owning and projection departments as he accused CNN of copying Fox News’ playbook of parroting a political party’s talking points “and pretending that it’s news.”
Joy Reid and Tiffany Cross rip apart the cynical, opportunistic GOP who would rather see it destroyed than give up a teensy bit of their power or profit.
CNN host Dana Bash asked Mark Meadows outright if he'd care about Ukraine if Joe Biden weren't running. You can guess the answer.
House Judiciary Chair Jerrold Nadler pushed back on CNN host Dana Bash's assertion that Democrats are causing impeachment to be a politically divisive issue when there's not a single Republican willing to vote for it.
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