He quotes Teddy Roosevelt to make his point.
"There was a lot of confusion thrown up that if people are inclined to accept that, I guess there's something there for them," Smerconish said.
Peter Wehner tells Michael Smerconish that evangelical support for Trump is ultimately hurting Christianity.
"It's both Putin and Trump who are laughing their asses off at what happened in 2016 and that's an outrage," Smerconish said.
Robert Kraft is one of the most powerful men in all of sports and should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Smerconish is making excuses to defend Kraft as he "benefits" from underage sex trafficking.
CNN's Michael Smerconish isn't the first person, and won't be the last to call what Russia did during the 2016 presidential election "terrorism," but this was apparently a bridge too far for the Trump apologists over on state-run TV this Sunday.
Fox's Ed Henry and Pete Hegseth call CNN's Michael Smerconish "over-the-top" for daring to say Russia's attacks on the 2016 election were terrorism.
Walsh has a pretty good sense of humor about himself, but has harsh words for Cohen allegedly impersonating a disabled veteran with Sarah Palin.
It would be "stupid" to bring down a president over a burglary, Michael Smerconish tells a caller. Has he forgotten Nixon altogether?
On his Sirius XM Show last Friday, Michael Smerconish told a caller that taking down "a president" over burglary would be stupid.
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