MSNBC analyst Tiffany Cross excoriated CNN's Dana Bash on Sunday for calling Trump aide Kellyanne Conway a "badass woman of Washington."
Former Republican and media strategist for Breitbart, Kurt Bardella, explained to CNBC's John Harwood why no debate at Fox is ever going to be fair for Democrats, no matter who the moderator is.
Joy Reid and her panel, Kurt Bardella, Gabe Sherman, John Harwood and Carole Simpson discuss Jane Mayer's recent article at The New Yorker, Bill Shine leaving the White House, and the Democrats decision not to allow Fox to host their primary debates.
MSNBC's Joy Reid and her panel with a much needed discussion on just how dangerous to our democracy Trump, his party, and their feedback loop over on Fox "News" have become.
'This Is How Democracies Can Die' -- MSNBC Panel Takes Apart Republicans Covering For Trump's Criminality
Joy Reid's panel takes apart Fox's coverage of the Michael Cohen hearing and the dangers of having one political party that now covers for and accepts open criminality from the Trump administration.
Trump's shambolic management style and paranoia are taking its toll on his staff, Gabe Sherman reports for Vanity Fair.
MSNBC's Joy Reid and her panel, Michelle Bernard, Gabriel Sherman, Joe Conason and Tara Dowdell discuss Trump's attacks on the press and what effect the recent hire of Fox's Bill Shine will have on that in the future.
AM Joy guest host Jonathan Capehart and his panel, Eric Boehlert, Zerlina Maxwell, Jess McIntosh and Gabriel Sherman discuss how the media covers and prioritizes crucial stories in the age of the Trump administration continually trying to distract everyone.
When Roger Ailes left Fox News, the network lost its programming mastermind. But Donald Trump has stepped into the void.
I've admired Gabriel Sherman's work in the past, but his Vanity Fair profile of Steve Bannon is the work of a writer who developed a mild crush on his subject and allowed that subject to bamboozle him.
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