How much of an effect has the Sony hack had on the Hollywood class? So much so, apparently, that no one really wants to talk about it.
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Obama: Sony Made A Mistake Not Releasing ‘The Interview,’ Should Have Consulted With Me First [VIDEO]
During his year-end press conference, President Barack Obama said that Sony made a mistake by not releasing "The Interview" in theaters, adding that he wishes he had been consulted before Sony made the decision to nix the film's Christmas release.
Joe Scarborough at his best, ladies and gentlemen.
In a discussion on the large number of President Barack Obama executive actions, syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer told Fox News' Bret Baier that the president "oversteps everywhere" because he's been forced to enact his agenda on his own, rather than going through Congress. Krauthammer said that while the checks and balances are doing exactly what they are there to do, Obama is "destroying that balance" with his use of executive action.
Reacting to Sony's cancellation of it's Christmas day release of "The Interview," Fox News legal analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano blasted the decision, calling it "utterly gutless, utterly reprehensible and utterly cowardly."
During the White House briefing today, ABC News' Jon Karl asked spokesman Josh Earnest if, in the wake of the administration's normalization of relations with Cuba, President Barack Obama will be doing the same with North Korea. Karl asked this after Earnest went on discussing the U.S.'s precedent of dealing with nations with "checkered" records on human rights, specifically mentioning Burma and China.
What MSNBC lacks in ratings, it certainly makes up for with White House Christmas party invitations, apparently.
Following the return of Alan Gross to the U.S., Sen. Ted Cruz slammed the "Obama, Clinton, Kerry foreign policy," saying the Castro brothers are "state sponsors of terrorism" and that President Barack Obama "does not understand the difference between our friends and our enemies."
On his program Wednesday, conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh continued his assault of former governor Jeb Bush, saying the potential GOP 2016 candidate and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton would form "the perfect ticket."
Sen. Marco Rubio ripped President Barack Obama's dealings with the Cuban government Wednesday morning, saying he is the worst presidential negotiator since Jimmy Carter.
While the news of U.S. contractor Alan Gross's release from Cuba is being roundly welcomed stateside, people in Cuba really don't know what is going on.
With potential 2016 candidate Jeb Bush announcing Tuesday he will "actively explore" a presidential campaign, Sen. Rand Paul responded telling Megyn Kelly that maybe Bush "has more ground he needs to gain."
Columnist Charles Krauthammer said Jeb Bush's probable entry into the 2016 presidential race makes him the "instant frontrunner" for the GOP nomination on "Special Report" Tuesday. The conservative commentator also said his entry will "discourage" some of the fringe candidates" from running.
With Jeb Bush announcing Tuesday morning that he will "actively explore the possibility" of running for president in 2016, radio host Rush Limbaugh said Bush is setting up a "sacrificial run" to make sure a "tea party-type" does not get the nomination.
During Tuesday's White House briefing, Fox News' Ed Henry pressed spokesman Josh Earnest, asking him if the U.S.'s withdrawal plan in Afghanistan will lead to "a replay of Iraq," where the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria filled the vacuum after the U.S.'s troop pull out, according to Henry. The Fox reporter asked this in the wake of Tuesday's murder of 140 people at a Pakistani school at the hands of al-Qaida.
AP Reporter: ‘We’re Not Sure’ What Hillary’s Message Is Or ‘Why She’s Running For President’ [VIDEO]
Appearing on the "Morning Joe" panel Tuesday morning, Associated Press White House reporter Julie Pace contrasted a possible Hillary Clinton campaign with Elizabeth Warren's potential candidacy. Pace told co-host Joe Scarborough that many are unsure what Clinton's campaign message would be, or even "why she's running for president."
During a discussion with the Wall Street Journal's Bret Stephens at the National Press Club Monday night, New York Times columnist David Brooks said Clinton is "so out of step" today with the Democratic Party on foreign policy, adding that she has no better than a 65 percent chance of winning her party's presidential nomination in 2016.
One day after saying Elizabeth Warren and Ted Cruz had no idea "what they were trying to accomplish," syndicated columnist George Will said Monday on "Special Report" the pair have two "exceedingly strange careers underway." (RELATED: George Will On Warren, Cruz: 'No One Knows What They Were Trying To Accomplish')
Outgoing Rep. Michele Bachmann said Monday that her vote against the 2015 government spending bill last weekend was the "most consequential vote" of her tenure because it funded President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration.