Interview with Radio Host, Chris Plante
Chris Plante grew up in the media business, the third generation of his family to cover news, and spent 17 years at CNN as a producer. But it wasn’t until 2005 that Plante found his voice. Since then he has hosted one of the top-rated talk shows in Washington, on WMAL radio, in the hours preceding Rush Limbaugh. Plante is above all spectacularly articulate, the sort of person who could do 30 minutes on his views of the Constitution, without pausing, seconds after being roused from a dead sleep. The Daily Caller’s Ginni Thomas sat down with Plante recently and let him rip.
“If it weren’t for double standards, the left would have no standards at all.”
Plante on media corruption:
On Obama’s America:
“The left refuses to acknowledge there are bad people in the world, except the U.S.”
On what gives him hope:
Talk radio is like playing Walter Cronkite but interactive:
On his own political evolution:
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