The Trump apologists on his favorite show, Fox & Friends, attack the media and make excuses for his botched response to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Sorry Phil, but I don't need the media to interview more people who voted against their own economic interests to know they're living in a right wing bubble.
Phil Donahue tells Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter that he wishes the media would get out of Washington D.C. and go talk to more people who helped to elect Donald Trump.
If you're wondering why your crazy Uncle Liberty still believes Trump is the greatest president ever, here's what life looks like inside of the right-wing bubble.
Fox uses the fact that other media outlets have reported on the countless Trump administration scandals as somehow being proof that they're biased against him.
Hillary Clinton's not around anymore to act as an everyday punching bag, so how will New York Times politics writers stay in fighting trim? Well, it looks as if they're found someone new to pound on...
Here's a personnel announcement from The New York Times...
McPike apparently doesn't ever watch the network she works for now.
Fox contributor Erin McPike tells Media Buzz host Howard Kurtz that Donald Trump "has not gotten any positive coverage from the mainstream media."
I'm a little late getting to the story of Facebook's attempt to control fake news, but I see the right going all in on showy expressions of phony outrage that are clearly meant to set the terms of the debate over what Facebook is doing.