There is nothing about the way GOP strategists try to defend this administration that holds up to logical scrutiny.
The man who promised not to be beholden to the NRA quickly devolved into patented NRA talking points.
What the heck, CBS? Who is writing your headlines, Karl Rove?
Representative Mike Johnson of Louisiana gets raked over the coals when he insists on facts AND agreeing with Donald Trump at the same time.
Rep Mike Johnson of Louisiana (corrected from their earlier mistake) states "facts" but won't disagree with Trump. Velshi and Ruhle point out that's not possible.
Republicans are putting Rob Portman on the poverty beat, but he isn't saying anything worth considering.
Republicans are very unhappy that they're going to lose another one of their talking points on the ACA, as enrollment numbers continue to surge.
David, it's not my job to fact check, Gregory does his best to excuse the media happily repeating the Republicans' talking points on the latest CBO report.
Politico and pundit alike all have a suspiciously similar talking point this week: Barack Obama and his lawless, imperial presidency.
As The Daily Show's Jon Stewart discussed, with the botched rollout of the Affordable Care Act, you can hardly turn on the television these days without seeing one of these "medical experts" providing "guidance" on the ins and outs of the new law, but one group of so-called "experts" didn't seem to have the same agenda as the others -- the "Medical A-Team" from Fox "news."
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