Kristen Welker managed to redirect a review of Howard Schultz' lackluster performance to a discussion of the Green New Deal and how it is just "too left" for those Midwestern stalwarts. Come for the video, don't miss the graphic in the middle.
During a discussion of Howard Schultz as a non-viable candidate, MSNBC's Kristen Welker pivoted to Democrats and their lefty ways. Apparently a Green New Deal isn't homey enough for the Midwest.
Tom Brokaw on Meet the Press: "And a lot of this, we don't want to talk about. But the fact is, on the Republican side, a lot of people see the rise of an extraordinary, important, new constituent in American politics, Hispanics, who will come here and all be Democrats. Also, I hear, when I push people a little harder, "Well, I don't know whether I want brown grandbabies." I mean, that's also a part of it. It's the intermarriage that is going on and the cultures that are conflicting with each other. I also happen to believe that the Hispanics should work harder at assimilation. That's one of the things I've been saying for a long time. "
Andrea Mitchell and Kristen Welker discuss the backlash Trump is getting from CA lawmakers after tweeting he's cutting off FEMA money to the state.
NBC invites on right wing flame thrower Erick Erickson on this Sunday's Meet the Press to opine over the loss of civility and violent rhetoric in our politics while attempting to immunize Trump.
Kristen Welker grills Sanders about the N-Word, and Sanders is all over the place. She can't guarantee anything because we all know what we will hear him say on Omarosa's tapes.
Kristen Welker asks Press Secretary why she hasn't asked Trump directly about the N-Word.
Kristen Welker was willing to "leave it there." Ali Velshi was not.
They always lie. Every day, they lie, even when they don't have to.
When is a warning not a warning? Ask Trump.
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