MSNBC's Joy Reid talks to media analyst Eric Boehlert about the media's obsession with the "Dems in disarray" narrative and their habit of continually framing everything through the Republican prism.
Despite all the mass media firepower at their disposal, Trump and the White House have utterly failed to move the public opinion needle on impeachment.
The political press corps may have hit peak impeachment failure on Sunday when Meet the Press host Chuck Todd introduced a segment in which voters from a toss-up district in Michigan were interviewed about the House proceedings against Donald Trump.
Studying previous firings can help the media and congress bust Ross during his press conferences, interviews and hearings.
What's an activist to do if you find out children separated from their parents are in your city?
Moochie will succeed in stopping leaks briefly, but his attempt to control the media will fail. Watch his inexperience derail him.
Trump and his buddies are just rolling over the media. How do they do it? Is there anything we can do to stop it? We need to go on the offensive, since the MSM never will.
While at Brietbart Steve Bannon didn't have to show a profit, just keep anti-Muslim billionaire Robert Mercer happy. His daughter Rebeckah is on Trump's transition team. Leaders of for-profit MSM are punished when their shareholders don't make money not when they fail the public.
Race baiter Glenn Beck had to start his "media empire" because activists convinced 100s advertisers to stop associating their brand with him. News Corp investors didn't care about what he said, until he stopped bringing in ad revenue.
Trump isn't running for "Entertainer in chief" but the media keep treating him like he is. Will the debate be about who has serious knowledge of the issues? Or who has the best zingers?
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