Does every 'News' station, including MSNBC, have to assume that the GOP ransom claim is remotely true? Yes, apparently they do.
Rep. Mile Pompeo tells MSNBC's Richard Lui that the Obama administration broke the law when they gave Iran their own money back.
Vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine defends his running mate Hillary Clinton on the issue of trustworthiness and transparency and whacks Donald Trump over his attacks on the release of the Iranian hostages and money transfer.
Oh the irony. You've gotta' love it when reality steps all over Fox's prerecorded negative spin on the Iranians.
Fox News, Bulls & Bears, Jan. 16, 2016.
Great news, but of course the right is immediately trying to figure out a way to spin this as a negative.
Fox News, Fox & Friends, Jan. 16, 2016.
As a satirist in the US, the attacks on #CharlieHebdo hit close to home.
Their captors asked each of them three intimate questions, a standard technique used to obtain proof that a prisoner is still alive in a kidnapping negotiation.
Republicans have been criticizing the Obama administration for swapping five Taliban prisoners for one U.S.soldier, but the Israelis traded 1000 Palestinian Prisoners For One Israeli Soldier who was captured by Hamas in 2006. Will the GOP now criticize their most trusted allies?
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