In the wake of CNN's false reporting on the Mueller Russia investigation, host Chris Cuomo boldly asserted that it isn't his network that is promulgating "misinformation calculated to deceive," but the White House instead.
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Julia Nista is an Associate Editor at the Daily Caller. She is the cohost of Double Take a bi-weekly guest on Today In Media, two shows produced by The Daily Caller and The Daily Caller News Foundation. A native Southern Californian, Julia graduated in 2017 from UCLA, previously serving as Internal Vice President for the Bruin Republicans, and moved to D.C. to focus on written and broadcast journalism. You can find her in a mom-and-pop owned coffeeshop reading biographies or writing media hits.
Morning Joe's Mika Brzezinski asserted that White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is "helping damage this republic."
A Doug Jones campaign mailer sent to Alabama residents just days before the Alabama Senatorial election compares Roy Moore to infamous segregationist George Wallace.
Secretary General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres said that President Trump's view of America First "isn't true" in an interview with CNN's Fareed Zakaria on Sunday.
Richard Sherman, a criminal defense attorney, says that in the recent Supreme Court case of a bakeshop that refused to bake a cake for a gay couple because of their religious beliefs, the bakers should "either shut [their] bakery down or make the cake."
Joy Reid compared Christian beliefs to "something out of a novel" Saturday on MNSBC's "AM Joy."
Republican Strategist Susan del Percio said Al Franken was "collateral damage" Friday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
Attorney Raul Reyes argued Thursday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that Americans want to give illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as minors permanent residency or citizenship.
MSNBC's Chris Matthews stated Thursday that the worst thing anyone could say about Democrats is that they are "too pure," even though Democratic Rep. John Conyers and Democratic Sen. Al Franken have recently announced they're leaving Congress due to sexual misconduct allegations.
Andrea Mitchell joined Chris Matthews in insisting that President Trump decide to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel in part to benefit Republican U.S. Senate candidate in Alabama Roy Moore.
MSNBC host Joe Scarborough insisted Thursday on "Morning Joe" that Donald Trump's presidency has been "all about making money" and "building the Trump brand."
Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC's Hard Ball with Chris Matthews, said that the call from Trump's administration to move the capital of Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem Wednesday "is related" to the Roy More Alabama Senate race.
ABC News released an erroneous report saying that candidate Trump ordered Michael Flynn to speak with Russian officials, but it was in fact President-elect Trump. That and more on the latest episode of "Today In Media."
Sen. Richard Blumenthal claimed Monday that President Donald Trump has shown evidence of obstruction of justice as well as evidence of corrupt intent and accused Trump of using words of "a criminal defendant who has something to hide."
The Senate passed tax reform early Saturday morning, but not without the help of Vice President Mike Pence.
Despite calls to reduce the rate of Down syndrome by aborting babies that show signs of having such genetic alteration, Mikayla Holmgren, a 22-year-old woman with Down syndrome, won a character award from Miss USA. That and more in the ridiculous world of modern feminism on "Double Take."
Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly said that amid the "chaotic hysteria" surrounding recent allegations of sexual misconduct against men in power, the public is too quickly rushing to judgment based on press accounts.
On Morning Joe Thursday, MSNCB's Mike Brezezinski said that though she's been early to the news cycle sometimes, she has "never been wrong."
ESPN's Stephen Smith thinks that being rich is now a burden for black athletes and more on the latest episode of "Today In Media."