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Trump says all polls that have him losing are 'fake'

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

02:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Trump says all polls that have him losing are 'fake'

"Boxes Newest, presidential election poll has Joe Biden ahead of president trump by eight points among registered voters. Chris Wallace broke that news to trump in the interview that just aired on Fox and here's what happened next. But at this point. You're losing. First of all I'm not losing. Because those are fake polls. They were faking twenty sixteen, and now they're even more fake. Must be a lot of fakery going on them. Because this is the tenth time there have been ten more than ten polls since June that show Biden beating trump in fact, so many polls now show him beating trump by double digits that we couldn't fit them all on screen. Here's the newest one. The Washington Post. ABC News poll showing Biden leading trump fifty five percent to forty percent a fifteen point lead so that Fox. Poll is actually better for trump. It only has them losing by eight points. Let's talk more about this with the senior columnist for Bloomberg Opinion Tim O'Brien. Tim Thing we don't take these fake lies seriously enough. He says fake news fake polls. He's alleging a vast conspiracy by all of the country's major scientific bolsters to rig an election. That's crazy, but we just reported like Oh. Yeah, he's said. The polls are back again. Well because he's been saying, everything has been faked for so long Brian Right there. There was the fake Russia investigation. There was the Ukraine hoax others, the corona virus hoax, and now we have the polling hoax I think the reality. Is that the fax and the World Around Donald Trump? Now have him in a Hammerlock, and and he can't really talk his way out of these because there are litmus tests I think the American public sees right in front of them. What's happening? With the coronavirus pandemic, and regardless of where trump lays the polls right now. He's going to be reality tested in November. And I think he's. A lot of US got it wrong in two thousand sixteen in terms of pulling back then so he's coming from. A position where where the polls radically underestimated his performance back then I think the pollsters have really changed their game this time around in two thousand sixteen I think. Voters with a high school education undercounted and voters with a college education. We're over counted I. Think the pollsters have gotten that under wraps in this upcoming election. I think in the last election. You heading muted, turn out for Hillary Clinton among voters of color. I think that could be radically turned around in the upcoming election, and and that's just not something. That, he can stave off forever, obviously, because November's right around the corner now and need I. remind everybody who worked for the Bloomberg campaign. You know the numbers don't lie events. There are real votes and he has the votes seriously.

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"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

02:15 min | 3 weeks ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"So they pandemic is not something. It's not good news. President wants to put out the message said it's other control. The viruses in retreat economy is recovering, so he doesn't really want to talk about these numbers in his bad news, but he wanted to change the subject and is talking about culture wars. I really wonder if that's work. He needs suburban voters in each women voters. Are they really going to be motivated by whether? We're tearing down confederate era statues, or not, or are they more motivated by health care and concern and fear about the virus which meet at the best political play would be controlled Katina Baras. One more note about that in the sponsor Sunday interview. The president did have some positive. Dr Anthony Fauci so he wasn't criticizing algae. He kind of distanced himself from Peter, Navarro, who wrote that USA Today op-ed, attacking Falconry. What's remarkable, is it after USA? Today published that OP ED USA said it did not meet the publications standards but that was after it was published. Go figure. Ed last word you. Is this an episode idiosyncrasy? Is that what we're living through? Its putting it I mean we we seven months into this. We are losing and really badly and worst of all. We don't seem to be able to learn from mistakes in like pizza said. One of the best if you want to, if trump wants to do well, but his electric if he wants to beat the if he wants to make it look as if he's beating the pandemic one. Really good way of doing that would be to actually try and beat the pandemic, and he's not doing that like if we actually had a coordinator national plan. If we had solid leadership, we are testing and tracing what many other countries you resources than America does has have managed to do then. We would be a much better position. You distract your way out of the pandemic. You actually have to deal. Deal with it. Here's the here's the good news. If there is any good news in this segment, the president is golfing right now, but he tends to watch Sunday shows on the dvr later in the day, so Ed. He may hear your comments in a couple of hours and Peter Thank you April. Please stay with me. April Yup I after the break ahead this hour and Applebaum on what she calls the Seductive Lore Authoritarianism,.

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"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

07:03 min | 3 weeks ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"The numbers with a our I don't need to have the numbers. Double because if one ship. It's always been about the numbers from the very beginning, the president's been worried about the numbers, but I wanted to remember the back in March the president was not claiming that there was too much testing, obviously, the lack of testing saint devastating problem in this country. The United States suffered. Dramatically because we were not testing to find out how much virus was spreading, but remember back in March. Trump actually pushed governors and states to doing more testing. These are some of his tweets, remark, urging the increase in testing now starting in April that he changed his tune, he started to claim that America was was showing more cases, only because the testing was so much better than in other countries. Now that has been fact checked has been debunked many times, but the president does in fact. We found that on May fourteenth. He really started bringing this up again coincidentally or not rush. Limbaugh made the same argument that day. The more you test. Yes what. The more cases you have. Okay so there we go rush. Limbaugh says it in the afternoon. Trump repeats at night watch. When you test, you have a case when you test you find. Something is wrong with people. If we didn't do any testing, we would have very few cases. Here we go. This is how it's going to go so again in June. The president hears this on Fox and friends Ainsley EARHARDT. Set It on the morning show watch. But keep in mind. More people are getting tested now getting that antibody test and testing to see if they have covert one thousand nine hundred, and if they do obviously, there's numbers go up. That was June fifteenth, and then on June fifteenth same day. The president tweets about this idea again, and then he says it over and over again. The president had a new mantra once he finds something. He likes talking point he likes. He sticks with it. No matter how nonsensical it is, so the right wing media feedback loop is clearly in play here. The presence disregard for public health is also in play here. He goes on and on and these interviews on Fox and elsewhere talking about too much testing. He says I know it's a good thing, but it's a bad. It's about as well and positive. Trouble creates trouble. Trouble he says this over and over again wasting time that could be spent talking about masks, vaccines and other solutions. Let's talk more about this. With White House correspondent for American Urban Radio, networks and CNN political analyst April Ryan and to staff writers for the Atlantic who interview. Dr Anthony Foul this week Peter Nicholas was also a white, house correspondent and had Yang and you are science expert, so start us off all this stuff about testing I keep reading CNN reporters and anchors who are having to wait a week or two to get their damn tests. All test results back. We still have a testing crisis in this country. But the president seems to be implying it's too much. I. Mean we absolutely have testing crisis? This is ridiculous. Testing is not causing infections. Infections caused by a virus because there is a pandemic going on. We need to do more testing. This is one of the richest countries in the world and seven months into a pandemic. It cannot test enough citizens to work out. How many are actually six? We have three point something million infected people and we that is the Ben Minimum. We do not know the actual number. To argue that if we did less testing with the numbers will look Rosier is like saying that there's danger afoot and you put blinders over your face. You can't see it coming, and therefore it's better. It's not you know we need to do much more of this. And like you say. The testing is still has an incredible lag that we even the testing that we are managing to do is delivering. Delivering results within a timeframe that would actually make a difference for controlling the pandemic CNN what else producer? Betsy cline just tweeted out saying she had to wait eleven days to get her negative result. If you have to wait eleven days, test is worthless. It Ryan. What do think of the big headline from this Fox News? Sunday interview didn't the president's anything new about Kobe was the same kind of line. Well, he he didn't say anything new about covert, but what he did do he shed a bright light in a very dark space? We're finding out. Actually that this was his thinking at the very beginning as to why weren't seeing a lot of tests as to why a Maryland's governor had to go overseas to get a bunch of testing kits, so this may have shed a bright light in very dark spaces, but it also plays into his campaigning. The trump campaign is saying that they are hoping that they can get a handle on the numbers of Kobe Corona virus so that he can look better in the polls and could possibly reelection, so this shed a white light on yesterday and moving to the future. Yeah let's take a look where the White House medical experts are where the government's top experts on this because Dr Anthony Fauci was basically forbidden from going on television for for more than a month you can put the calendar on screen that shows how long he was forbidden by the White House from Green to television interview. Requests felt she was very clever he. He went everywhere. He went on webcasts. Radio Shows PODCASTS DID PRINT INTERVIEWS? He came to your conference at the Atlantic. Peter Nicholas a summit that the Atlantic earlier this week finally now found. He's being allowed back on TV. He was on PBS Newshour on Friday and apparently the block. The block is over. But what do you think is going on here? Peter About. The country's top infectious disease doctor, not being allowed on TV for a month. Well existence you asked him about that. During our interview, he was pretty clear that. He was not the nine that he was being blocked. He said I. Think you know the answer that Peter and you wonder about why this is happening, and as you point up Ryan, he was allowed to do all kinds of other interviews. and I wonder if the reason who has been barred from TV's because White, house staff did not want trump to see him. That trump is an avid of TV news as we know, and I wonder if the motivation might have been to keep him away from trump's view, because trump might see him get aggravated now. I wonder if that's not what was going on your yeah, and that's part of a larger attempt to downplay how this pandemic. At fact-based produced for base website the tracks everywhere trump says every tweety posts so far, July, the president more interested in tween about Biden Fox News, the radical left. condemned much lower on that list I know this isn't new. Peter but I think we just have to keep pointing out what he's not doing. He's not talking much about them at that pandemic in public. Well right and I think you have to look at the campaign for that reason I mean unemployment is at eleven percent. Induced by the pandemic. That's higher than it was in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, when. President Jimmy cord loss to Ronald Reagan. That's higher than it was in Nineteen ninety-two when George. H W Bush Lost Bill Clinton..

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Russia reportedly offered Afghan militants bounties to kill U.S. troops

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

00:24 sec | Last month

Russia reportedly offered Afghan militants bounties to kill U.S. troops

"The war in Afghanistan rarely lands on the national news radar in America. It only POPs up sporadically when there is breaking news like this New York Times story about a stunning US Intel assessment finding Russia's secretly ordered offered Afghan militants bounties to kill US troops, CNN matching reporting cited a source asserting that the cash rewards did lead to coalition

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Journalists covering protests face assault and arrest

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

05:57 min | 2 months ago

Journalists covering protests face assault and arrest

"We have to talk first about what we've seen in the past forty eight hours. The appalling targeting of reporters who are trying to tell America's story there is so much that so wrong about this situation first and foremost the video seem around the world, the video of George Floyd's final minutes alive. It's so wrong that it's hard to see, but it is right that we look. It is right that we bear witness. And it is right to see protesters taking action as a result, but it is wrong to see reporters and photographers and news crews, being assaulted and arrested at these protests, police firing rubber bullets at reporters. When their pores are holding up press badges. That doesn't belong in America authorities handcuffed reporters is wrong. That's what happens in authoritarian regimes, not in America, but yet it happened again last night in Minneapolis and in New York. These threats against the press, not just coming from police. In recent days, protesters have ganged up on the press in trouble cities. We've seen a photo journalist attacked. We've seen on TV. News crew chased out of a park. That is wrong. Rioters destroying TV. News vehicles and stealing cameras is wrong. Almost everybody knows this, and it's right to call it out and say that America is better than this. Reporters don't want to be the story. They just WanNa, tell the stories of the protesters and the police and the residents of these communities that want to be able to feel safe. Some of the examples of what we see in in terms of reporters, seemingly being targeted this for example was on Friday and Louisville. is a local CBS reporter and her cameraman in Louisville, Kentucky apparently shot with pepper balls while live on the air Later, the police apologized to the station, but we've seen other reporters that here's Dallas for his other reporters being being hit by rubber bullets. Tear gas there. These situations we've seen in a number of different cities I'll read some other examples to you. A reporter in Columbia South Carolina was hit by a rock and had to be taken to the hospital. Here's a freelance photographer in Minneapolis. who was shot in the left eye while covering the protests? He says she's been blinded in. One of her is as a result in Chicago Chicago. Tribune, photographer. Photographer said looters shoved and stole her cameras in DC. This is in Washington and Lafayette Park a Fox. News crew was harassed and then chased out of the park by protesters who were cursing and screaming at Fox News and criticizing right wing media. This is deplorable behaviour by protesters. We've also seen in LAS. Vegas. The arrests of two photographers police took these photographers into custody. That is completely inappropriate Out The next morning, you know we need to follow up on these cases and make sure that people are held accountable when these incidents happen, reporters should not be the story in these cases, but it's happened again in the past few hours overnight here in New York City. A reporter for Huffpost was arrested while wearing police badge and covering the protests in Brooklyn in Minneapolis Angeles, Time staff writer had police firing tear-gas remember bullets at point, blank blank range at her into a crowd of protesters and journalists. We're going to talk to her and just a moment. Reuters cameraman also said He. He was hit by rubber bullets. Some reporters have had to seek medical attention. A news crew KCRW says. The LAPD shouted her rubber bullets as she was holding her press badge above her head, and at least one case as I mentioned. We've seen protesters being the aggressors. This is a photographer for K. D. K. in Pittsburgh. He says he was attacked by protesters downtown on Saturday quote they stomped and kicked me. He said in a tweet from the back of the ambulance I'm bruised and bloodied but alive. My camera was destroyed. Another group of protestors pulled me out and saved my life. Thank you. This is what's happening. Members of the media in cities across the country this weekend. It feels like targeting. It feels like an escalation. It is deeply disturbing. And, we're waiting for statements about it from the president and from other national leaders when about a dozen reporters were arrested in Ferguson in two thousand fourteen. President Obama spoke about that defended the rights of the press. We will see who defends the rights of the press this weekend and in the days to come. Let's talk to the reporters, so we're in the middle of this. I just showed you. One of them molly. Hennessy Fisk reporter for the Los Angeles Times, who's got some wounds on her leg. We'll talk to her in a moment and Omar Jimenez here from CNN of course, famously iconic arrested live on CNN on Friday morning I. Don't think we're ever GonNa forget that image Omar of you being taken into custody your hands behind your back There's been a lot of news sense. Then tell me about last night and what it was like when. The police officers were were moving toward your crew and you had to seek shelter on Saturday night. Well. I think Brian we expect some of that. When you come out to a protest like this, because part of trying to cover the clashes between law enforcement, and those that are coming out, is you you expect in some ways for for things to escalate just based on how previous stories like these have gone so our team actually had a plan to sort of watch. How this law enforcement team is advancing. Go back to our first safe spot. Then continue to retreat to our next safe spot, but that didn't stop. That stop us even though our camera was rolling from getting shot at Berlitz wise, my producer got hit in the back with Some rubber bullets. My talk got hitting his leg with bullets. Actually he says that he had a cellphone in his in his pocket there and he didn't get any bruising on his leg, and when he realized, or he realized the reason was because he put out his phone, he was completely shattered, and he still has that piece of that rubber. Bullet is well so so in some ways. It was the normal aspect of covering protests, but in many ways. This one felt just a little bit different. Sort of looks different same question to you, Molly. What happened to you last night? Is it right that your colleague? Photographer had to go to the hospital. That's that's correct. My colleague Caroline coal photographer. We were both standing right

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World Press Freedom Day amid a 'coronavirus crackdown'

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:50 min | 3 months ago

World Press Freedom Day amid a 'coronavirus crackdown'

"Today is World Press Freedom Day every may third back since the nineteen nineties the UN and advocacy groups have used this day to promote and preserve press freedom to promote the importance of a free press all around the world. Now it's a notable this year this time in the midst of an emergency and much of the world involving the coronal virus whenever there's a crisis some countries try to use the crisis to curtail news coverage or access to information and we are seeing happened. Right now The so-called Corona virus. Crackdown has been happening. In some countries with journalists feeling the pinch Being affected by this Miller. The CEO of the news literacy project wrote about this in a new op-ed foreseen dot com. He talked about the pattern of dictatorial regimes. Using covert nineteen to quash press freedom. We need to sound the alarm about that. Make sure we know it's happening and call it out. Let's all a part of these broader efforts to promote world press freedom day the Guardian. The paper based in Britain is out with its own ad showing support for the press. Says just like food? Facts are essential. Supplies Katharine Viner. The editor in chief of the Guardian joins me now covering your reflections. On why World Press Freedom Day matters it always matters but as he said he introduction. Brian I think it matters more than ever. Whenever there is a shock to the system governments will try to use that unless we keep an eye on we try to use that to crack down and it's essential that we try and stop that happening or at least attention to the fact that freedom of expression and freedom press is crucial to any democratic society and I think transparency matters a lot right now when good information and how you come to come to come to the facts can really help save

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Coronavirus Threatens Press Freedom Around the World, Report Says

Derek Hunter

07:03 min | 3 months ago

Coronavirus Threatens Press Freedom Around the World, Report Says

"The mother at night yesterday was arrested for having her kids at the park this video that's circulating on social media I don't know how much longer people are gonna tolerate this shall we say I went for a walk yesterday after the show around the neighbors too nice and I think clear my head to to start writing a column which I still have to write but I came across new there's a school near us and there's new Equidad you know swings and slides and stuff and then there's nucleases bagel everything I thought the kids would love to to climb all over this and I wouldn't let him but they were with me but that was a big sign their yoga in our parks are open but don't touch any of the equipment and everything well what if the parents as you know the hell with it kids are gonna go down swinging on the swings confidential open arrest them how well do you think that's going to go and of course then there's pulling this is why polling so worthless the new morning consult poll asking if nonessential workers should be allowed to move freely outside seventy five percent said no sixteen percent said yes and nine percent didn't know how the phone worked to be able to answer it apparently they don't have an opinion but seventy five percent no you can't you should be able to go out and move freely outside yeah well we do have rights in this country and the constitution isn't just you know well we it's inconvenient right now so we're going to ignore it as many governors have tried to do when it comes to the second amendment they're now trying to do it from the comes to parts of the first amendment now all of the people all the blue checkmark brigade on social media who are outraged that anybody would go and protest by driving around their state capital in their car and honking horns I guarantee you the they're they're fine with the free speech aspect of the first amendment the right to assembly assemble part of the first amendment and the right to petition your government for redress of grievances they're fine and and the the freedom of religion they're fine with those parts of the first amendment being scrapped how do you think that they that's it was a public safety matter people just need to stay home while they're hammering big fat checks how do you think those very same people would react if the freedom of the press part of the first amendment were curtailed were ignored the people in the media get permission from the governor they're considered essential and so they're allowed to go wherever no matter how stringent the lockdown order is members of the media are allowed to go out and do whatever it is they want to do if that courtesy warranty extended to them if it was a face ID with will get so bad that in New York you can't leave your house even if you're going to do your MSNBC or CNN show you can't leave the house so there you go and you can't go down to city hall you can't go asking questions whatever just helping jurors to be around other people stay home how long until those very same people would be crying a river about how awful it is and how draconian and monsters and to radical it is that they're being shot out there the first amendment to vet well they care about as all leftists do they really only care about that which impacts them and the parts of the constitution they like they they ignore the rest of it you know they they wrap themselves in the first amendment while wiping themselves with the second amendment is I like to say do it constantly they treated as a doormat and kill it's convenient and then they revere it and then they dismiss it again this with the same vigor and that sort of thing is happening online so could be cut one the C. 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O. of you too Susan workshops schemes or something I don't know there's a whole bunch of season Kay and Jason at night wouldn't begin to know how to pronounce it she's announcing as you know said basically and she told him and potato Brian Stelter on CNN and he of course was not he didn't say anything or anybody who goes against the world health organization's recommendations will have their content removed from YouTube the World Health Organization now dictates how you as an American citizen can what you can say what you can't say on your YouTube channel if you have one that's in the same that's Kerama goals the World Health Organization to everybody except for leftists has a lot of issues a lot of explaining to do and Brian Stelter got to the bottom of zero of it because well he's a moron listen to this clip from his show cut one go ahead that is raising authoritative information but then we also talk about removing information that is problematic of course anything that is medically unsubstantiated to people saying like take vitamin C. you know take to manipulate those are all will cheer you on those are the examples of things that would be a violation of our policy anything that would go against World Health Organization recommendations would be a violation of our policy and so remove is another really important part of our policy which is going to remove a look if Dr Ted rose over at the World Health Organization says no then you just need to shut up you need to accept what this puppet of Beijing has to say Mr all is well come on out don't worry about it China has done a wonderful job that guy that guy gets to dictate your free speech rights lastly today I want to leave you with a bit of a it's kind of a funny story reporter up in New York ABC station up in New York print out a report of a tragic story it's it's it's it starts off said trust me it gets better then cut six here this guy announces the passing of a very young coronavirus victim patient and it's sad it's it's somber listen to him cut six go ahead I do want to mention one person who was singled out today by governor Murphy this young man that you're looking at right there twenty six year old Jack Allard we profiled him last month Michelle Charles river the powerful story former Ridgewood high school across store in two time all American was in a medically induced coma after coming down with the virus after spending time on a ventilator

Coronavirus death rate is 3.4%, World Health Organization says, Trump says 'hunch' tells him that's wrong

Glenn Beck

04:41 min | 5 months ago

Coronavirus death rate is 3.4%, World Health Organization says, Trump says 'hunch' tells him that's wrong

"Say anything did you see this thing with him Donald Trump said he had a hunch ma ha anche that the coronavirus mortality rate was going to wind up at three point four percent you believe this irresponsible guy out there saying he's got hunches on diseases Ohio about some experts here get some experts around you maybe talk to them about it instead of just guessing he says taking blatant guesses now here's a this is the actual clip it was trump on with Hannity on fox news channel well I think it's three point four percent is really false number now this is just my hunch and but he's done a lot of conversations with a lot of people that do this because a lot of people will have this and it's very mild they'll get better very rapidly they don't even see a doctor they don't even call the doctor you never hear about those people so this is what the media came up with off of that clip box called it astoundingly irresponsible your favorite glad Brian Stelter over at CNN the H. please don't walk out of the middle this quote but he says right I mean he is almost Woodrow Wilson to make it really ever walked out of the way an interview with no I didn't I didn't I Brian said I hesitate to even print the United States presidents words here because they are so at odds with what health experts are saying this is that is bright that's why he's Woodrow Wilson he is such a propaganda disinformation misinformation machine that doesn't have any heat I mean how bad this is only going to be that you hesitate to even type it like I don't know what the the N. word right like we don't take the N. word right we would write the end where we'd say the N. word instead of saying the actual word we we have that actually put books together where we've had to use we've added quote somebody you know David Duke using the N. word and we'll look at each other go an exact quote but I don't think we should put that in as the you know other than the N. word or let's use the N. and the R. and then just Asterix been trained you know the he's comparing it to the bad so bad that good M. S. N. B. C. said the sitting president of the United States told a national television audience not to believe the research of the world health organization's experts is that what you got out of that well I feel a bump from the Washington post in the trump quote twice admits that he simply making up the percentage is talking about calling it a hunch and saying that it is his personal assessment now he said no it most of that is not in quotes the word hunch is in quotes and the word personal is in quotes why because right after he says it's a hunch he says it's based on a lot of conversations with a lot of people who do this another words he's getting brief from experts and he's trying to communicate that to the American people and I have it is not as bad I have to tell you I read to the experts every day we do a corona virus update every day that is exactly what all of the experts are saying bright and all of them part of this is I think you know the way that they that the way he he speaks you know like Donald Trump kind of says stuff and it doesn't sound it doesn't sound all of that all that let me give you let me give you an example play that clip again that you just play listen to this well I think it's three point four percent is really false number now this is just on the hunt stop I think that number is just a false number people if you're on the left they'll hear all fake news yeah he's saying this is a life of their lying okay that's not what he's saying but that's what they're hearing next played against my hunch and but based on a lot of conversation stopped the people that he's just my hunch based on a lot of conversations that's Donald Trump you here if you don't like Donald Trump you here you know I got all the best people around me I get all the best advice I get all that and it times he doesn't times he doesn't mind at all it was not the best lawyer right and he's got he just uses hyperbole all the time yeah so you did what they've done is they've taken their brain and just put it into neutral they're just listening and they're like oh that's him going off again dog gonna live as people no in this particular case he is talking to the best people in this particular case he doesn't know what he's talking about he is getting advice it's not hyperbole he is talking about actual stats and when he says it's his hunch that's really what all of the professionals are saying

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Coronavirus kills additional Diamond Princess cruise passengers, reports say Israel close to discovering vaccine

Leo Laporte

04:10 min | 5 months ago

Coronavirus kills additional Diamond Princess cruise passengers, reports say Israel close to discovering vaccine

"More information on corona virus a self updates from ABC news the FDA is now announcing that the issue of of the drug shortage is is a possibility again these drugs will be ramped up fairly quickly you would imagine Japan has report report a couple additional time in princess cruise ship deaths individuals were a British man in the Japanese when they were the fifth and six passengers to die from corona virus after being aboard the quarantine at cruise ship of course like seven hundred people were actually infected under quarantine cruise ship so not a huge surprise that many people die because that if there were eight hundred people infected what aboard the cruise ship in six or seven people die that's obviously tragic is obviously terrible but that means the death rate is not ten percent or or twenty percent or even five percent so D. D. right right now China still leads the way in from the number of infections apparently at least twenty hundred people according to WHO's South Korea has the second highest national total of coronavirus cases behind China more than eighty one thousand people tested in that country about twenty three hundred had tested positive for coronavirus more than thirty thousand others awaiting test results at this point meanwhile a majority of America out of the cases who were on board the diamond princess cruise ships the the the people in the United States were diagnosed with the disease they were on board that diamond princess cruise ship those placed under quarantine in Japanese waters no American has yet died from corona virus the CDC is investigating the source of the various infections that haven't seen around the country the FDA said on Thursday it was not aware of any reports at this time of human illnesses that you just like run a virus can be transmitted by food or buy food packaging meanwhile there is the other big story from the US government is the whistleblower within the U. S. department health and Human Services had filed a complaint alleging that more than a dozen workers were sent for seed the first Americans repatriated from China without proper training or protective gear for coronavirus infection control this is reported by The Washington Post they suggested the corona virus basically was treated with without any sort of protective gear according to this whistleblower the underlying complaint apparently has not been substantiated at this point a spokesperson for the US office of special counsel confirmed it received whistleblower complaint in the case has been assigned when asked for comment US department health and Human Services spokesperson Caitlin Oakley told ABC news we take always lower complaints very seriously and are providing the complainants all appropriate protections under the whistleblower protection act of value in the complaint have nothing further to add at this time ABC news has not revealed the complaint lawyers representing whistleblower have refused to provide the complaint one of the whistle blowers attorneys told ABC news that the allegations laid forth are accurate this is we are hopeful Congress in the OS you will investigate this case in a timely and comprehensive manner there's no evidence by the way that anybody who actually met the folks coming back for more than that any of those those folks were actually infected with coronavirus none the less that is leading to questions about the the federal handling of this entire situation now what with all of that set there's no question that the Democrats in the media are making hay out of all this Brian Stelter was saying we may be looking at a crisis and meanwhile we're having a crisis in leadership okay we're not anywhere near crisis point United States at this point as we are just not we're not in fact is that we have double digit numbers of the actual infected in the United States is only sixty total infected in the United States in a country of three hundred thirty million people in zero deaths so far so the notion that we are like on the verge of a widespread outbreak now this stuff is good a good move but there's no evidence at this point that a pandemic is in the offing in the United States particularly since the US has done a fairly good job it seems so far of quarantining people meanwhile over in Israel the reports that Israeli scientists are on the cusp of developing the first acting against the novel coronavirus according to science and technology minister over conus I look for to Bernie Sanders or she had to leave I know how to Omar suggesting boycott divestment sanction from the coronavirus vaccine because it's produced in Israel if all goes as planned the vaccine could be ready within a few weeks in available in ninety days according to a press release so we'll see you know how well this this coronavirus vaccine works but at least there are some glimmers of hope on the

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CBS joins dozens of news organizations in "Covering Climate Now" initiative

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

00:28 sec | 11 months ago

CBS joins dozens of news organizations in "Covering Climate Now" initiative

"You're going to be seeing a lot of coverage of the climate crisis. This month and there are several reasons. Why one is the upcoming. UN Climate Action Summit another is this initiative called client covering climate climate now this is a list of some of the more than two hundred fifty news outlets around the world that had pledged to provide a sustained amount of attention on this crisis in the week to come these yeah outlets from Bloomberg to CBS Teen Vogue to news eighteen in India. They've all committed to this initiative led by the Columbia Journalism Review and the Nation

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"60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl looks back at Steve Kroft's career

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl looks back at Steve Kroft's career

"But now the news magazine longest tenured correspondent is retiring and he's here with me. We now steve kroft joining me for his retirement day. This is the evening when sixty minutes is paying tribute to you later today. Thank you for joining me my pleasure. My pleasure how is sixty minutes changed over your three decades and and how has television changed over your career. How's everything changed. Every time i look at it now and every industry every walk of wipe this changed <hes> but mostly. I think that sixty minutes is probably changed the least of almost anything in the culture in terms of of <hes>. It's you know some people say it's still a little old fashioned but it's still doing good journalism and still basically siklie following the the blueprint that on hewitt set <hes> you know fifty years ago and still the most watched <hes> i mentioned you're obama interviews certainly in recent years. That's what you've been the best known for <hes>. What do you think it is about that kind of interviewing presidential interviewing that people should learn from our people should take away well. I that's a good the question when i first started doing the interviews with with obama in two thousand eight the there was sort of a canvass for doing presidential interviews that people in followed for years and years and years there was a you're of a certain politeness to it you. The president was treated with respect. <hes> tried not interrupted unless you absolutely had to and now it's kind of evolved to the place with this particular president where almost anything thing goes and when he does sit down with somebody besides this fox friends. Would you like to interview president trump. Have you tried <hes>. I have not tried. I took a pass on that. One and leslie and scott pelley both interviewed him. He's a very hard interview very hard interview because he just goes where he wants to go and takes you know even and it's particularly live but <hes> i think leslie did a pretty good job and exposed. I don't say exposing but letting him <hes> reveal himself in his personality the way he thinks i think lester holt did really a good job with them and other than that most people just can't get a handle on it. It's hard. I mean i i would know how to do it really well. I'd have i'd come up with an idea and strategies but i think you have to really be on your toes and beyond the presidential interviews what stories are most important to you are the kinds of stories that we need to have more of on television news. <hes> i think we ought to have more twelve minutes twelve and a half eh stories. I think that that's the biggest advantage that the show has <hes> and you know we shoot normally thirteen hours of pap- for thirteen minutes of <hes> of a a product and you have a lot to choose from and also if you're doing an interview live. You've got five minutes. Maybe <hes> and we've got an hour to sit down with somebody and we can go and find the best parts and right and go in every direction every direction. We're going to a couple more minutes for us steve. You're leaving at a time of turmoil for the last year. It's sixty minutes. There's been a lot of turmoil allegations against the former executive producer jeff fager. He's stepped down under pressure now this news. CBS news president we all remember the upheaval does that relate to wire leaving now. Not really i mean and i say that my wife thinks i'm crazy when i say that but <hes> it had very little to do with it. I made the decision really about a year ago that this was going to be my last season and i my my staff right about that time. All the dramas turned down and i said unless something really happens to change my mind. This is my last season and nothing happened to change. What's it been like inside. CBS news during this period <hes> well you know it's anytime you have organization that has leadership change wjr and as you pointed out we had at three different levels with <hes> corporate CBS with CBS news with sixty minutes. It creates a lot of uncertainty.

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April Ryan: 'I did not order' journalist's removal

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

04:07 min | 1 year ago

April Ryan: 'I did not order' journalist's removal

"Now controversy involving april ryan though well-known c._n._n. Put a analyst and white house correspondent for american urban radio networks ryan has been silent about about this incident that took place on august third when she was giving a speech here in new brunswick new jersey rhyme with a bodyguard you just saw him walk through the frame and unfortunate reflection of the fact that she's faced death threats. It's for speaking out on the trump age but the bodyguard morris took local editor charlie crowd avails camera. You can see it's shaking there while he was filming the speech then the bodyguard forcibly removed the reporter from the event as seen here on the hotel's lobby security camera credible has filed a criminal complaint and more is scheduled to appear in court on september timber twelfth morris declined comment to us up until now so is ryan credibil- has criticized for not immediately condemning the use of violence against the journalists ryan joining me now for her first interview on the matter <hes> april a lot of people have expressed concerns about this being a first amendment violation and it sure does look concerning to me we can see in the video that it seems like the bodyguard tries to say something to you. When you're onstage starting your speech. Did you order the bodyguard to take the man's camera away and remove the reporter from the event well first of all before i even get our say this <hes> anyone who knows me knows that i'm the first person who wants to get a story out being on t._v. And the only reason why i've been quite because of threat a threat lawsuits and my attorney said i can speak but here's the thing and this is not about suppressing the press. My body of work stands for me and no i did not order anyone to do anything at that. A moment which you saw was my then bodyguard who was concerned with my safety. Come to me and say stop talking. They were about one hundred feet away from me. I didn't know what was going on. What was said. I was on stage at the time and that's tough when you're onstage. You're not sure what's going aw but why not have cameras at your speeches. What's the problem with having a person videotape your speech well. You know this was a private event for a nonprofit organization in new brunswick new jersey. Our contract stated that if someone wanted to come in film or if they wanted to interview me they had tried to ask for permission it was no request for permission and mission was not granted now if they would have asked for permission it would have been granted and the reason is and why i do this one it standard in the industry and to because i don't want my words twist and i get that. He says he did have permission. He says he has the documentation argumentation. He sent some of that contract to my contract and it with the organization. No one asked me for permission. Do you asked i was asked. Yes do regret that. The bodyguard put his hands on this reporter to me. That's completely inappropriate well again my former a contract security personnel <hes> thought i guess i suspect was concerned for my safety so maybe it is overreacted got that are saying he just overreacted. Yes yes tyrod was giving india act with this review this and <hes> we decided not onto contract. We've got organization anymore but again i believe in my humble opinion or i assume that he was concerned about my safety and you have spoken in the past about facing death threats more than one. Can you tell us if you know anything more about that because i know that sensitive. It's a very sensitive situation. <hes> i do received a threat. I continue to receive death threats. The atmosphere around me is charged and and that's one of the reasons why soon he may react because he was concerned for my safety but it doesn't make you feel good to the death rate. Nap descended tended to the f._b._i. And local authorities i'm i'm a person in the community of children. I have friends and family.

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Congressman Ilhan Omar, Tucker Carlson And President discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

03:39 min | 1 year ago

Congressman Ilhan Omar, Tucker Carlson And President discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"And that brings us to Tucker Carlson tonight <hes> Tucker Ker on Tuesday gave a speech on his show claiming that immigrants like Congressman Omar are dangerous that they are undermining America. Everything America has done for Omar and for her family she hates this country free more than ever. She's undisguised contempt for the United States and for its people she's a living fire alarm a warning to the rest of us. We'd better change our immigration system immediately. The thing is Carlson's been talking that way almost host this Pavley about Omar for many months watch. Maybe every immigration system should prioritize people who actually like this country and are grateful to be here according to Omar there's barely difference between this country and and terrorist groups like Al Qaeda Congressman Ilhan Omar herself. A symbol of America's failed immigration system former Speaker Ryan. What do you think is Carlson setting a good example? C._N._N.'s Oliver Darcy is back with me here now. Let me ask you a different question. Do you see a connection between Carlson's attack against Omar's danger and president trump's racist tweets today. I think there's an clear click connection here between the two Carlson's rhetoric this week where he's basically saying <hes> affectively the same thing. The president said this morning that people who are coming into this country hate this country just by criticising some of the policies and now the president basically saying today that if you don't like this country you can go back to where you came from <hes> so there's an undoubted connection between these two things and it's not surprising either right because the president always watching watches talking talking with Carlson yeah he gets his advice from Carlson we know during the Iran incident that he was advising the president so I'm sure he's probably talking about these other issues and immigration hot issue for the president so it's not surprising it is disturbing though that we're having this kind of rhetoric it's one thing for Tucker and the president to criticize were Ilhan Omar might stand on policy of course another another thing to say. Go back to where you came from. Don't belong here. That's disgusting. You're not as Americans me right. That's what he's saying. You're not as Americans like you point out earlier in the segment anyone who's not maybe wait hair and bought hair and white right knows how it feels to say to hear those words words. Go back to where you came. It's not a good feeling so let's wrap up on this topic of the information where we've been talking about this hour. This information more rages online every day what advice to share with folks who just want to know what is actually real and what is true. What what is the media literacy lesson? I think it's it's difficult these days to know what Israel and what is true and I think that's what the president wants. He wanted to be confusing. He wanted to people not to know what's real and what's true and to take his word for it or to just be confused. In general I mean I would recommend that people watch US network people read reputable outlets the journal The Times the Post but most people I think they don't actually read the front page of the newspapers every morning. They go on facebook. They see what their friends are sharing and a lot of times what they're seeing seeing is misinformation content from hyper partisan websites and I'm not really sure how we get out of this. I think that we're going to be in this for a while and now the platforms are trying to do stuff about this and so when they're weeding out a lot of this misinformation now they're being accused by is because the right is flooding the whole area the Rena with misinformation. It's it's it's merisi place that we're at all right now. Balanced Diet is the best of is I can always give about a wide variety of news sources. That's it's easier said than done as what Oliver Thank you quick break here more reliable sources in just a moment

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders Plans to Write a Book

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Sarah Huckabee Sanders Plans to Write a Book

"Two new books in the works about the trump White House USA radio's Chris farms with the story now from Washington DC one of the authors on the outside looking in the other on the inside looking out until recently CNN media correspondent Brian Stelter selling the rights to an upcoming book focused on fox news and president trump to Simon and Schuster the book will be published in twenty twenty Stelter join CNN in November of twenty thirteen from The New York Times and now weighs in on fox news media coverage from his perch as host of the weekly reliable sources show on CNN and reports are former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders will be writing a book about her time in the trump administration Axios is reporting that she's going to go back to our native Arkansas and relax with family for about a month before starting work on the book for USA radio news I'm Chris Barnes

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Democratic National Committee rejects Fox News for debates

The Joe Pags Show

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Democratic National Committee rejects Fox News for debates

"The Democratic National Committee announced Wednesday, they are not allowing Fox News to host any democratic presidential debates. This election cycle citing that works alleged inappropriate relationship with President Donald Trump in DNC chair Tom Perez released a statement indicating he wants the democratic message to reach as many voters as possible. But also claiming FOX's not any position to host a fair and neutral debate and Peres's decisions based on reporting in the New Yorker that allow alleges Fox News has become a propaganda outlet for the Trump administration and no longer operates as a news outlet. Democrats will host their first primary debate on NBC and June their second on CNN in July, according to CNN's, Brian Stelter. Fox News senior vice president. Bill Sammon slammed the DNC's decision. In response dating. We hope the DNC will reconsider its decision to bar Chris Wallace Brett Bayer and Martha McCallum embodied the ultimate journalistic integrity and professionalism for moderating a democratic presidential debate. They're the best debate team in the business, and they offer candidates and important opportunity to make their case the largest TV news audience in America, which includes many persuadable voters, salmon added FOX White House. Correspondent John Roberts noted the network hosted a presidential debate during the general election in two thousand sixteen Garrett Hake and MSNBC. Correspondent also criticizing the decision. Not sure how declining to have a debate on Fox News squares with at Tom Perez off repeated adage Dem's needing to take their message, absolutely everywhere. And to everyone Hake argued a number of Fox News anchors in other media professionals similarly called up res- and painted the decision of our FOX from hosting debates as short-sighted and

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Man shouts 'Heil Hitler, Heil Trump' at 'Fiddler on the Roof' show

Mark Levin

04:40 min | 1 year ago

Man shouts 'Heil Hitler, Heil Trump' at 'Fiddler on the Roof' show

"Yelled Heil Hitler, trumpet fiddler on the roof. Sean Baltimore, sparking fear in the audience. ABC news man, shouted Heil, Hitler, high all Trump during intermission at fiddler on the roof performance USA today, man, shouts Heil Hitler. How Trump as fiddler on the roof performance in Baltimore. Media, of course, Trump supporter. Trump supporter interrupts fiddler on the roof performance shouting, high out Hitler, higher Trump CBS witness man, shouts Heil, Hitler Heil Trump during performance of fiddler on the roof. That's just a taste not rights at Breitbart. But if you can see to outlets, the New York Post, and the far left media chose to assume the man was a Trump supporter when police say the opposite is true. This is why they cherry pick among other places media matters, which is a radical left-wing funded organization that poses under a charitable nomenclature tax exempt. But no investigative reporters went to investigate how that organization could be tax exempt. The media matters. Take down the words people who call the president Hitler. No. All the other names. They call them. No. Does media count the number of times the president's been called Hitler on real cable channels. No. Some of the outlets above do. Not even bother to report the truth. He writes about the man being a Trump hater. In fact, he says media and CBS said he was a Trump supporter. It could be that the information was not available to them at the time. But a good faith search found. No updated stories with this. The man yelled Heil Hitler. He's quoting how Trump during a theater performance fiddler on the roof. This week reportedly said he made the statements because the production reminded him of his hatred of President Trump Anthony m Dan Lewis, the second fifty eight tall Baltimore police. He yelled the slogans because the final scene before intermission reminded him how much he despises the president. The excerpt above is from the hill newspaper, the only outlet he says, I could find with a factual headline. Man said he yelled Heil, Hitler Trump during fiddler on the roof because of hatred for Trump was the hill newspaper headline. The far left CNN and New York Times actually do report the truth about the man's anti Trump activism, but berry that truth beneath four and eight paragraphs respectively much as the New York Times buried the holocaust, by the way. Another report media. Does it make even though I've talked about that endlessly? So the media headline was Trump supporter interrupts fiddler on the roof performance shouting Heil, Hitler, Trump when it was a Trump hater not what I've only barely begun to look. At this left-wing site that Dan Abrahams has created. But we'll look some more. Now, they're on our radar. And now, we know they regurgitate mostly what they get from media matters and other sites. They really don't do any independent reportings best as I can tell. And I assume Brian Stelter being a dolt in a full like he is talking about places like that. And we really shouldn't run with this stuff. Then don't run with it. Your head. I want to encourage the president tonight urged the president tonight to go ahead and trigger the national emergencies act. You're going to have to do it. Anyway. And you'll hear the geniuses on radio and TV say, well the courts will overturn it. So the president will get anything anyway. Okay. Well, so be it. But he's the president. And he has to do what presidents are able to do. He can't predict what courts are going to do. And he doesn't get a vote on the supreme court. I don't understand why we're so timid passive. Why that court is likely to do X is that how the left works. No, it's not how the left works. It's obvious Pelosi and the Democrats have absolutely no interest in working with him. Even when he proposes a Bill that is very mild. And the White House. It says here in the CNN piece is

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"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Sources I'm Brian Stelter? We're talking about BuzzFeed story, which could be a smoking gun. If it's true. But those two words if true they're two of the most dangerous words in journalism. A lot of reporters have been through what those BuzzFeed reporters and editors are going through. Now, a story comes out, it could have profound consequences, but it could be wrong. According to a key spokesman thinking back to Watergate think back to the time this happened during Watergate, and let's talk about it with the man who was there who was living Carl Bernstein, the legendary journalist is joining me now to sort through all of this Carl I was hoping you could just react I to this BuzzFeed controversy you've been in this situation before. I think it's going to take time before we fully understand what the exact truth is here in terms of the facts, relating to Mr. Cohen, and whether or not the president directed him to lie and the facts regarding the kind of attribution in the story that BuzzFeed rambling which they attribute part of it not just to sources, but also to documents that the special prosecutor has its cetera et cetera. We don't know where we are with this story right now. And it's going to it's going to shake out also perhaps, and I would hope in Cohen's testimony coming up on the sixth seventh eighth of February. When the story came out on BuzzFeed, news dot com in the ten pm hour on Thursday, virtually every major news outlet in the country..

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Facebook's privacy concerns was the biggest blunder of 2018

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Facebook's privacy concerns was the biggest blunder of 2018

"One about in the months ahead. A month ahead. More scrutiny of big tech. Are you expecting that? Sally more of these stories about Facebook and Google and the minuses that come along with the pluses of these sites. Yeah. I mean, one of the most interesting things that happened in two thousand eighteen clearly is that I mean, if you think back ten years ago, everyone was like people should care about privacy. This should be a story. And no actual people were actually paying attention to it that much in two thousand eighteen what really happened was it. People actually started to pay attention to this story. And I think that is because of the reporting I think it is because there were actually sort of concretely laid out what is happening to your information. What is happening to your photos? What is happening to what you do online. What if you're being traced through a cellphone? What does that actually mean for you? And that kind of thing, and I think it was I mean, we should feel good about this. It was when we found concrete examples of how this was actually affecting people's lives that people started to pay attention to it. And I personally think that this is one of the most compelling stories in two thousand nineteen I mean, we're spending a lot of time trying to figure out how to get ahead on that story how to do. Do a good job on that story. I think this is a global story. I I would add when the mullahs report which is going to come out this year. We've presumably one hopes we'll get it behind us one day. But while we're thinking of it through the lens of the president of what it means. And obviously that's very important. The Muller report seems to be likely again to stoke questions about tech influence, how it works how pervasive it is. And we will continue to see more and more reports and information come out that put in pieces of that puzzle and fill it out for us to what's happened here.

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Facebook will ban misinformation around voting during the midterm elections

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

02:57 min | 1 year ago

Facebook will ban misinformation around voting during the midterm elections

"And confusing your friends. I wasn't. The only one sounded the alarm lots of reporters were trying to call this out in the run-up to the presidential election. There was so much misinformation so many unreliable sources in the run up to the election. So we started covering the problem on this program and others. But between the day Trump one and the day he was inaugurated, he sees the term fake news. He gave it all new definition. He diverted attention away from the real problem keeps growing and growing and instead attacked real news outlets. But let me give you a sense of the problem, the scope of the problem fake news and misinformation around the world headlines from this week from the Middle East about Twitter trolls employed by Saudi Arabia. Spreading lies about Jamal and about his killing these Twitter trolls. Also try to make it look like the crown prince was a beloved hero is happening in Brazil. Vote. In this month's elections have been inundated with smears and hoaxes on the what's up messaging that it's a big problem for what's out which is owned by Facebook and right here in the United States with the midterms. Again, sixteen days away Facebook, Twitter and other sites are trying to stamp out fake stories about voter fraud and other topics. But this is an uphill battle on Friday, a Russian national with charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States. She is accused of working on funding online propaganda efforts to manipulate American voters both back in two thousand sixteen and right now today the US government says, it continues to see the Russians as well as the Chinese and other foreign actors using social media to influence Americans. This is a widespread problem, but I want to go back to a very specific example that I showed two years ago. This is a pro-trump Facebook page that I showed two years ago. It is twice as popular now and it still posting completely fake content. For example, there's a quote they put up the other day, a medium. Attributed George H W Bush that he never said, take it off the screen. It's a ally, but most of the maga- posts that are on this page aren't really fake one hundred percent. They're just incredibly one-sided treating Trump like God and his opponents, like the devil. This is hyper partisan content that spreads all across social media because it's made to go viral. Just one of many different examples of the problems that plague, these social networks. So what's being done? We've been talking about this problem for two years. What is being done in this new age of information warfare looking all of us do to help? Well, Facebook is bringing reporters into this brand new war room. Look at this. You might have seen these pictures the other day. It's a so-called war room at Facebook. Headquarters designed to protect

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NYT: Rosenstein suggested secretly recording Trump

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:27 min | 2 years ago

NYT: Rosenstein suggested secretly recording Trump

"This just in President Trump responding to that shocking New York Times story about deputy attorney. General rod Rosenstein FOX's Geraldo Rivera says he just taped a radio interview with Trump. And in that interview Trump calls the controversy surrounding Rosenstein a sad situation. Kind of immune response by the president, at least so far. Hopefully we'll hear more from that interview coming up. The controversy of course is about that New York Times story that said Rosenstein a back in may two thousand seventeen talked about secretly recording Trump and discussed the twenty fifth amendment option. The idea of Rosenstein maybe thinking about wearing a wire, an extraordinary revelation, and the reactions were all over the map, but people all we have been asking me is this story true? Should we believe it? There's a lot of speculation about the times as sources and what the motivation of the sources was where they try to provoke Trump into fire in Rosenstein or they trying some other maneuver all this leading to conspiratorial thinking on the right on the left all over the place. Look at the ways. Some of the hosts on Fox News reacted Laura Ingram, tweeted right away and said, Trump needs to fire Rosenstein today. But then she deleted the tweet. Maybe she changed her mind. There's been a divide. Least there was a divide right away among some on FOX, but by the end of the day, when the story broke, Tucker, Carlson and Sean Hannity were cautioning the president saying, maybe this was a trap

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Bob Woodward's 'Fear' sold 750,000 copies by the close of its first day

Larry O'Connor

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Bob Woodward's 'Fear' sold 750,000 copies by the close of its first day

"Show. Bob Woodward book on the Trump administration is the fastest selling book in years impact. The publisher of the book says that they're preorder numbers seven hundred and fifty thousand copies broke Simon and Shuster is all time preorder sales record for the first day. Now. Can't argue with success co there's an appetite for this book because you know, there's a lot of people who just want to consume negative information about the Trump administration. It validates their worst thoughts about it. But it is getting a little bit of scrutiny right now. A lot of people are stepping up and saying, listen, here's my biggest argument about it. Everything that is in Bob Woodward's book by definition because they are all non animus quotes. They cannot be proven. Right. I mean, they can be. But Bob Woodford is willfully choosing not to prove them. See the only way he can prove them as if he out the so-called anonymous sources, and he won't do that. And so it is up to us to just sort of trust him. Right. But of course, this is the same guy who claims that he had a deathbed can confession by former director Casey during the Reagan administration, and that's kind of dubious, isn't it? I mean, there's a lot of things that are dubious NS, but he even said yesterday to Brian Stelter? I think it was or somebody on MNO's Chris Hayes on MSNBC that one of his anonymous sources who has denied saying the things that Bob Woodward claims he said called him, privately and said your book is a thousand percent correct Bob Woodward says he just can't tell us who that

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"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"And we're back now reliable sources podcast on Brian Stelter here with Dr Brian Kloss a scientist based in London, who writes for the Washington Post is the author of several books including the despots apprentice, and he's a fellow in global politics at the London. School economics. You know, we were talking earlier Bryant about how Trump's base of support might affect the way that commentators and journalists talk about the Trump presidency in. This came to my mind recently when the Rosa insult happened, decency is nonpartisan. Decency should be nonpartisan. Journalists should be able to call out indecency and not be treated like political actors. And yet as you were alluding earlier, that is a challenge in the US. Sometimes that simply saying that's inappropriate unpresidential becomes instantly a partisan statement. In fact, when I set it on CNN Breitbart and other websites picked up on it and trashed me, I suppose this is just a. A casualty of our political climate here in the US, but how's it look to you there in London? Well, there's a bigger picture here, which is that the combination of hyper polarization in the US and the rise of partisan tribalism in which anything is permissible as long as your guy or your candidate does. It is also a threat to democracy itself because all of the sort of dividing lines the things that are red lines were you'd think this is no longer acceptable and the and the politician must resign as a result of it. Those go away. If all you care about is making the other side upset or all you care about is your side winning. And so I think there's there's a term in political science and sociology called the Overton window which refers to what is publicly acceptable to say, without consequence and the Trump administration has been masterful at opening the Overton window to unprecedented levels where you can say things in public discourse and behave in certain ways because of that polar is Asian. That was. Thinkable even two and a half years ago. It's why I talk about the politicization of everything and the polarization of everything. And this stuff is going to again, as I said, it doesn't just get walked back when Trump leaves the White House. It's a bell that you can't unring. So once you get used to it, trying to return our politics, two decency to democratic norms to the basic respect for institutions. All of that stuff doesn't happen overnight. It doesn't happen with an election. It's a political culture problem. And so you know, my real worry is that even if the institutions absorb the attacks from Trump, even if the United States retains its democratic structure by twenty twenty or twenty, twenty four, the political culture will have been changed in a way that will not return to normalcy in anytime soon. And I think that's the real damage that we don't yet see, but I am convinced will occur outlast Donald Trump's time in the White House. And we've been talking about language. This is about language. Dehumanizing language. I wanted to bring up another issue about language based on recently wrote for the Washington Post. You said, stop calling meddling. It's actually information warfare. I have seen a bit of a shift in some of the coverage away from Medellin toward the word attack. Have you been seeing that as well as that encouraging. Yeah, I have seen that. And I was really encouraged that piece did very well and got a lot of attention. And I think it shows how important rhetoric and words are. I mean, Medellin as I say in the piece is something that happens at the end of Scooby, doo episode were an old man in a mask. You know, laments the Medellin of those pesky kids. It's not something where the Kremlin has deliberately tried to undermine the democratic process and shift a decision that affects all other decisions. The United States makes that is a major major deal. And so I think that you know, when you have a political party and leader, Donald Trump who's trying to constantly downplay what was an attack on American democracy..

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"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Framing this podcast is all about from how we frame the stones but we leave in and what we leave out i'm brian stelter and for the story you home the story reliable sources tall task are we chance to go in depth with media leaders and newsmakers and this become thrilled to be joined by as recline the editor at large at vox and the host of the recline show podcast so we're doing a podcast swap here we're thanks for talking with me i'm glad to be here you've written a lot this week including about president trump's poll numbers some recent hiree news at the white house i wanted to start with the point you were making about president trump's performance in approval rating polls in we're talking here on friday july six another remarkable jobs report has just come out and you suggested the press is framing stories about the president's approval numbers in the wrong way how so so i was reading an axios piece by mike allen jim van too high and it was titled i believe it was trump's winning cynical plan i mean idea was about a week ago and i deal was that trump is out forty five sending gallup and this was showing the donald trump figure something out they said advisors trump believe that trump himself believes that he's figured it out what he needs to do is say outrageous crazy things get all the libs mad and it was like this big fight in his people rallied to aside and it all works out great for him and alan van i say look at the fact that it's a cynical plan the fact that it's a plan that divides us doesn't mean it's not working and i was reading this and thinking but it's not working so one of the hard things we do badly journalism i think just always is we don't make clear to our audience what is our counterfactual what are we saying reality could be like or should be like what is the other option here for saying something is good or bad good or bad against what and so the the question that this brought up for me which is a question i've been wondering about for a long time which is what should what should president poll numbers be right now what is it generic precedents poll numbers look like right now we have four percent unemployment we have i've consumer sentiment at levels we haven't seen since two thousand and four as pastime it has been the side we have for the first time today's report first time i believe on record more job openings and we have job seekers so we've had a genuine moment of prosperity i don't want to overstate how good the economy is wages were digging out of the recession certain ways wages are not nearly what they could be but this is a pretty good economy and i it's combined with peace abroad we're not embroiled in a bunch of wars that are sending home huge numbers of americans bodybags this is a moment when the the fundamentals of america are reasonably strong and donald trump is at now he's back down to forty two percent and so i began talking to political scientists and pollsters and trying to answer the question well where could he be and the i would say the consensus is that given polarization you're not gonna see presidents easily get into seventy percent or sixty five percent but somewhere in the fifty five sixty five percent range could be pretty reasonable and so the fact that he is down in forty two right now should make us think hey he's doing something really wrong right something has gone really orion communication strategy and his political strategy.

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"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Happy father's i'm brian stelter and this is reliable sources our weekly look at the story behind the story of how the media really works now the news gets made there's a lot to cover this hour including at and t's win in court against trump's justice department at and t now owns this channel and then he others so i'll breakdown what it means plus an interview you really gonna wanna see with filmmaker and activist rob reiner he's calling the pro trump media the sensually state run tv the first the big umbrella story of the week the line the deception the antimedia tax it is getting worse are we actually reaching a boiling point because it sure seems that way to me when the trump show returned from singapore and landed on the white house lawn the story wasn't so much what he said it was how dishonest he was being i hate to being taken away the democrats have to change their that's their laws that's the democrats law we can change it tonight we can change it right now i will leave you can feel the reporters frustrations you can hear them trying to correct the president now as you know by now this policy about separating parents or adults from children was announced back in the press release in april then on camera by jeff sessions in may this policy has been in effect now for a couple of months and the numbers are now coming in about how many children have been separated from their adult guardians now the numbers came out on friday and that's partly why this has become the top story in the country the department of homeland security says about two thousand children were separated between the mid april and the end of may see the number on screen now this was getting a small amount of media attention till this week now it's getting a lot of attention why well for one thing democrats are seizing on the issue writing bills and visiting the border holding lots of protests today some of those critics are even calling the trump policy kidnapping meantime for the first time reporters have been allowed inside in recent days touring some of the detention centers although not all of them giving us a look at some of the living conditions mostly for the boys not the girls definitely not for the baby's there's a lot more important than these to be done at the same time some trump supporters are defending this new zero tolerance policy and predictably blaming the media for blowing it all out of proportion so how did we get here and what does this tell us about agendasetting joining me now is brian care reporter for playboy in a cnn political analyst nosy washington correspondent for new york magazine and doug high contributor for the wall street journal and cnn ho commentator brank air how do we end up here that's a good question brian i'll tell you it didn't start with the trump administration if again i probably thirty forty years ago when i first started covering the border this has been an issue that has been buried by both sides the democrats and republicans it has been glossed over but it came full force because of the steps that donald trump took and that is because they have the mistaken belief that this will act as a deterrent separating parents and children will some way deter those who have nothing and who have already lost everything the you take a look at the.

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Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Happy day everybody i'm brian stelter and this is reliable sources are waking look at the story behind the story of how the media really works and how the news gets me i had this our exclusive interview with daily show host trevor noah is trump rewriting the art of the punchline and we're gonna talk about the media's addiction to a certain us president yest nick kristoff is here he's calling for an intervention and later the washington post days resign he spent a year and a half an iranian prison now he's here to talk about the iran story it's not being covered but first tax leaks and lies the trump administration as a lot of good news lately a lot of good news to tout but internal leaks and presidential tweets keep sending the white house off script there's a lot to address and we have an all star panel to do so but i wanna i look at what one other of the country's leaders say about this former new york city mayor michael bloomberg who used to be talked about as a possible presidential candidate he gave a really interesting commencement speech yesterday that i wanna show you he talked about dishonesty a dozen times in his speech at rice university saying we're suffering from an epidemic of dishonesty the greatest threat to american democracy isn't communism or jihadism or any other external force or foreign power it is our own willingness to tolerate this honesty in service party and in pursuit of power the only thing more dangerous than dishonest politicians who have no respect for the law is a chorus of neighbors who defend the every lie.

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Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Welcome back to reliable sources i'm brian stelter there's never been anything on american television like it that's that's what courts said as it describes cnn's wednesday town hall the brought together florida students and politicians politico said the town hall quote may have actually moved the nation's dialogue on guns but there was criticism as well uh criticism of the format particularly from conservatives who said the emotional crowd skew the event now the goal of course was to bring together the community with their elected leaders for listening session convert chance to answer questions i would say to listening really listen ian it's something that's all too rare right now in fact senator marco rubio brought that up in his opening remarks this is exactly what he said at the start of the town hall we are a nation of people that no longer speak to each other we are nation of people who have stopped being friends with people because they voted for in the last election we are a nation of people who have isolated ourselves to only watch channels to tell us that we're right we're nation of people that i have isolated ourselves politically and to appoint worst discussions like this have become very difficult here to discuss that with me as glenn beck the founder of the blaze glenn good to see you this morning i thought senator rubio made that point very eloquently but it's a point that you and many others have been making for years so how do we move from diagnosing the problem dactually solving it.

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Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Day welcome this week's reliable sources podcast i'm your host brian stelter and this weekly podcast it between our sunday television program is a chance to go more indepth with media leaders and newsmakers this week a year in new york with tiled pope is the editor and publisher of the columbia journalism you and is a new column on cjr dot org title it's time to rethink we cover trump the offers a challenge for the news media in two thousand eighteen greatest zoo did you see anything scrambling we're talking here in january this state of the union's coming up a lot of coverage around the oneyear mark of the trump presidency separately been a time for reflection and analysis the challenge you presented in your piece according for me here how do we retake the agenda from this man trump who so hungers for attention how do we tell stories in a way that reflects the scale and sweep of the moment where am what have you seen missing in the first year of the trump presidency well i certainly when i did the same thing we all did as i looked back the last year and i and i sort of saw i sort of broke the year up into two parts i thought the first half of the year was a real sort of golden era if you will for journalism you had amazing stories breaking day after day after day and reporters digging into the business of government they were digging into the relationship between trump and and special counsel's office they were digging into of how.

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Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Hey i'm brian stelter it's time for reliable sources this is our weekly look at the story behind the story of how the media really works now the news gets me it right now we have brand new reporting about the trump white house calling rupert murdoch's wall street journal fake nukes who i thought trump the the journal coming up all explain what happened plus does the media have a soft spot for celebrity candidates we're going to analyse the oprah winfrey 2020 buzz and on a much more urgent note reuters editor in chief stephen now there is here and he has a message is demanding the release of two of his journalists who are behind bars right now so much i had this hour but first the story of the week the weather is called the markets are hot and fire and fury is even hotter president trump is continuing to fight with author michael wolff calling the book fake but trump keeps behaving in ways that backup wolf's thesis the book as you know by now portrays away white house in crisis and the president incapable of doing the job and this week's headlines they were about roga tweets racist remarks and a president with a shrinking schedule now the washington post you see there had no qualms about putting shithole in its headline but some tv networks decided to senate ties with the president said our report includes that expletive once of course it may not be appropriate for some of our younger viewers we're not reporting the word right now i think that's probably a mistake because i don't think it's right to censor the president or to sugarcoat the racist sentiment revealed by how we use that word.

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Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Hey i'm brian stelter happy new year's eve and welcome to reliable sources this is our weekly look at the story behind the story about the media really works now the news gets made it's the final day of the year what a year it's been for the news industry we're taking a look back at the screw up sense excess is of the year but also looking forward at the sexual misconduct tipping point and where it's going from here and as the president media allies continued to malign robert muller's probe jeffrey toobin and standing by to help us connect the dots in the russia investigation but first lessons from an unforgettable two thousand seventeen we've seen journalism at its very best this year with major papers and networks producing incredible investigative reporting we've also seen journalism at its worst with embarrassing mistakes and errors that undermine trust those shifts in the media landscape really have been seismic from media company consolidation to a cultural reckoning that has caused newsrooms to clean house on the business front we've seen exciting new startups promising to improve the news business but we've also seen very tough times for digital media darling buzzfeed invites the digital do aapa aleo facebook and google is soaking up so much ad revenue that they're squeezing publishers we've seen layoffs in cutbacks it contractions both in digital and print due to add business model problems but at the same time subscriptions are on the rise a big papers at the new york times and the washington post people are hungry to understand what's happening in the world especially in dc.

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Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Hey i'm brian stelter merry christmas eve to you and your family it's time for reliable sources our weekly look at the story behind the story of other media really works and how the news gets me today is a special edition a chance to critically examine president trump's relationship with the press at the oneyear mark our alternative facts the new normal are partisan extremes here to stay and what's the significance of all the weeks to news outlets this year and later it's the one end of the year list that you don't want to end up on political acts top editor is here to share the lie of the year but first i want to take you back in time you know so much has happened this year it's easy to forget some of the shocking developments for example when you hear these words are you still shocked have a running war with the media they are among the most dishonest human beings on that is how it began on trump's very first day waking up in the white house he turned on the tb and he turned angry at what he saw journalists were pointed out that the audience for his inauguration was smaller than obama's so trump fired back exaggerating his crowd size and then sending sean spicer out to defend him you know trump even described the inauguration weather inaccurately he said the guy's became really sunday after his speech when in fact it remained cloudy and started to rain a little bit i think that's actually a metaphor for the year trump painted a dark picture of american carnage and then said he alone could fix it he believed his world was always sunny when trump played loose with the facts and journalists challenged him on that he couldn't stand it i mean here's an example you you've probably forgotten this is from february.

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Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

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Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Hey i'm brian stelter and it's time for reliable sources this is our weekly look at the story behind the story of how the media really works now the news gets made this weekend big news tall courtesy of twitter twitter really reveals the real president trump his tweets reveal his real disdain for the press 280 characters at a time these promoting his friends the media outlets that tell him of great ideas while the same time trying to punish media outlets that fact checking the report the news and challenging consider the timing of the us president's latest anti cnn tweet last night on the same day the russian president vladimir putin signed this into law pressure is responding to washington's requirements that russian board cows to oddity register as a foreign agent russia's boutique news service reports of president vladimir putin has signed laura allowing authorities that to lists foreign media outlets as foreign agents can so what's going on here that that's the report from cnn international visibly this law in russia is the precursor to regulating news outlets that are based in other countries so that means is that the us governmentfunded outlets like voice of america we'll probably have to register in russia as foreign agents the same way russia today had to register that way in washington now outlets like cnn that are not governmentfunded but are based in the us are also likely to be targeted by russia within a few hours of of that decision by the russian president us president trump singled out cnn as fake news quote fox news is so much more important in the united states and cnn but outside of the us cnn international is still a major.

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Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Hey welcome to this week's reliable sources podcast i'm your host brian stelter this week something a little bit different one of the most interesting interviews i've taped all year this is anthony attemraq he's a comedian who plays president trump on a show on comedy central called the president show i sat down with them for a cnn primetime documentary about late night in the age of trump i didn't know what to expect from a tamminen i'd never met him before what i found is that he's thought so much about the president about his mannerisms his style is speaking these essentially become a trump biographer you may agree with him you may disagree with them but his insights were fascinating be here so we only use the few minutes of the interview in the documentary we decided to put the whole thing here online on the podcast you can see what i mean so without further ado meet anthony attemraq anthony a greater great to see you out of character not as president trump why is that well it takes two hours to get into the makeup so yeah no i try to stay out of that suit and face as much as possible do you get made up almost every day as the president three times a week generally because we shoot field on monday feel pieces and friday and then we shoot to show thursday so generally 'em in that get up three times a week and it does take about two hours so when did you realize you could impersonate or become donald trump i was improvising i actually was at a show called ask cat on upright citizens brigade theater and i someone's have mr president and i stepped out and did a sort of week trump probably and he was just the candidate at this point the primary yes he announced on my birthday on june 15th and i thought it was pretty silly at the time but by august i was like oh this guy's for real and i thought it'd be funny to do him and.

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Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Hey i'm brian stelter this is reliable sources our weekly look to the story behind the story how the media really works now the news gets me two had this hour fox defending sean hannity as a liberal group was urging advertisers to drop it oh the boycott effort will join me live plus expert analysis of this week's mega media news it is rupert murdoch looking to sell parts of fox and later this hour behind the scenes with anthony a tamminen find out why we visited president trump's shouted on eight points well first we'll find out what happens when shouts of fake news get personal we are now more than six weeks into the tipping point a global phenomenon something that started with harvey weinstein and led to numerous other allegations of misconduct by other men in positions of power this week democratic senator al franken space was added to this growing graphic journalists are continuing to investigate and corroborate me to accusations women continue to courageously come forward and speak to reporters about their experiences i ask is it possible to imagine a world where accusers no longer have to do this it is only after a great deal of agonizing consideration in sleepless number of great number of sleepless nights that i am able to talk of these unpleasant matters to anyone but my close friends who exposed himself to me me me too too he tried to kiss me and then i pushed him away tried to kiss me again i pushing moya again almost one of the white my mouth just because i feel awkward he began squeeze in mind they're good temptation divorce meyer head odds of his frauds people have been texting and calling and they're like you know stay strong because you're doing something that is going to make the world better for your daughter maybe i am and if i if i am okay i'll take it.

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"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"brian stelter" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Hey i'm brian stelter welcome to our viewers in the united states and all around the world this is reliable sources all whitney what at this story behind the story of how the media really words now the news gets me this hour told watershed moment for women in the workforce sexual harassment finally getting the attention it deserves these men in some cases losing jobs seen stories published about alleged wrongdoing but our journalist playing catchup process tensions between the white house and capitol hill continues the build up to the reporters about what's really going on in the minds of gop senator and later what keeps 16 minutes taking the news magazines executive producer is year weighed in on trump investigative journalism and the future of the franchise but first america's conspiracy theory president is that it again president trump today trying to discredit the ongoing investigations into russian interference in the election moments ago he tweeted this all of this russia talk right when the republicans are making their big push for historic tax cuts and reform is this coincidental not a nacho from president trump but this is not a laughing matter these probes of course have been going on all year long the goal is to find out what went wrong last year how the russians interfered in the election last year and do ensure it doesn't happen again so let's take stock about why the president is on a tweet storms this morning why he is trying to change the subject it's because the white house the political press and the nation is on edge by this time tomorrow but it's time monday someone could be charged and taken into custody in the ongoing special counsel robert muller investigation it's an explosive development first reported here.

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