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.
From the guy who helped get Phil Donahue kicked off of the air.
In which the former talk show host explains how show bookers for the media elite think.
From this Monday evening's Viewpoint on Current TV, Phil Donahue discusses his 2007 documentary, Body of War, which told the story of paralyzed Iraq vet Tomas Young, who recently penned this heartbreaking letter to George W. Bush and Dick Cheney.
Following up on my post from last week with Phil Donahue discussing being fired from MSNBC for his anti-war stance, Buzzfeed came across this segment from Donahue's show, pre-Iraq war, with Donahue and Matthews going at it over Donahue's criticism of the Bush administration and the war drums being beaten during the run up to our invasion.
In 2003, the legendary television host Phil Donahue was fired from his prime-time MSNBC talk show during the run-up to the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
For anyone who missed the revisionist history provided by hosts Joe Scarborough and then lil' Luke Russert, I'll share just a bit of it here.
From this Friday's The Young Turks, Paul Ryan can pretend to run from his hero Ayn Rand, but he can't hide -- Paul Ryan may have broken up with Ayn Rand, but their extreme ideas sound awfully similar: Cenk goes way back into the philosophy of
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