Denis McDonough got a round of Fox-Lite questions from Chuck Todd about Yemen and 'radical Islam.'
NBC, Meet the Press, Jan. 25, 2015. While talking to White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough about the unrest in Yemen, host Chuck Todd asks him why it feels "like the world was on fire compared to 15 years ago?" Then he reads aloud from a Thomas Friedman column trolling the administration about why they aren't using the term “radical Islam” often enough to placate right wingers.
This argument about teaching lessons by using bombs and missiles is so weak it's laughable. Put into situations we all deal with every day, it doesn't pass the smell test.
David Gregory continues to prove that our media hasn't gotten any better since he and his ilk helped lie and cheerlead us into invading Iraq.
Fox's Charles Krauthammer demands photographic proof that President Obama was there on the night of the Benghazi attack. Apparently he didn't bother to check the White House's Flickr page first.
Fresh off of the heels of the media complaining about their lack of access to President Obama and his golf outing with Tiger Woods and with Chris Wallace complaining that his was the only Sunday show where the new White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough refused to make an appearance last week, the panel on their Saturday joke of a media watchdog show, Fox News Watch, decided to continue on with the carping with a good portion of the jeering done by one of their faux Democrats, Kirsten Powers.
As Samuel Knight at the Washington Monthly took note of this Sunday, it seems the White House may be getting the message that they're going to have a lot of trouble from their own party if they continue to remain open to chained CPI for Social