CNN's Oliver Darcy reminds us that even the so-called "straight news" anchors over at Fox are skewing their programming in support of Dear Leader.
Former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson has written an editorial in The New York Times calling on the network to release her and other victims of sexual harassment from their non-disclosure agreements so that they can speak about their experiences. She calls it the "next phase" in the #MeToo movement.
CNN's Brian Stelter warns about Trump administration relying on the media to repeat their "misinformation and conspiracy theories." It would be nice if he could convince someone at his network to get them to stop doing their part.
Trump's recent pardons of war criminals came at the behest of Pete Hegseth, and now Roger Stone's daughter is on State TV begging for her daddy to be pardoned, too.
Sean Hannity is mentioned more times than any other media personality and in the context of an advisor to the White House. What will public hearings reveal about him?
Daniel Dale is stunned by how Donald Trump will lie to his fans when the truth is right in front of them.
There's a crack in the Fox pro-Trump wall and that's a positive development.
CNN's Oliver Darcy and former Fox contributor Juliet Huddy discuss Trump's "force field of falsehood" over on Fox "news."
Former Fox correspondent Carl Cameron called the access that hosts like Hannity have to Trump "questionable, if not dangerous."
If only Jim Acosta knew someone in the news business who could call Trump out to his face about that.
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