Tag: Breitbart News Network

Rush Limbaugh: Breitbart, Voters in Alabama ‘Had Trump’s Back’

Wednesday on his nationally syndicated radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh cited Breitbart News’ story about Jared Kushner’s role in President Donald Trump’s endorsement of Luther Strange in Alabama’s U.S. Senate primary. Limbaugh said, “I got the Breitbart story right here,

Maxine Waters: They Want To Kill Me

Wednesday at a House Financial Services Committee hearing on lone-wolf and small-scale terrorist attacks, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) lumped Breitbart News in with white nationalists and other people who she claimed were seeking her demise. Waters said, “I’m worried about

Scaramucci: Trump Has to ‘Move Away’ from ‘Bannon-Bart Nonsense’

Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” while discussing President Donald Trump’s statement on the violence Saturday at a Charlottesville protest, former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci said President Donald Trump needed to “move away” from the “Bannon-Bart influence,” referring to

Buzzfeed: Breitbart Is Trump’s Favorite News Source

Charlie Warzel and Lam Thuy Vo report in Buzzfeed on a study they conducted to determine President-elect Donald Trump’s favorite news sites by analyzing the articles he tweeted. They discovered that Breitbart News is by far his favorite news source, as can be seen in the above graph Buzzfeed created showing all of the websites Trump has tweeted as spheres with their size corresponding to the frequency of his tweets.

Breitbart Editor: ‘Hundred or So Companies’ Approached Us to Place Ads Since #DumpKelloggs

Jack Marshall and Suzanne Vranica report in the Wall Street Journal on the efforts of leftwing organizers to get companies to blacklist Breitbart News from automated ad placement technologies and what impact this could have on the future of Internet advertising. As Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow makes clear, these efforts have had “little to no impact” on Breitbart.

InvestorPlace to Kellogg’s: ‘You Do Not Pick a Fight with Breitbart’

Lawrence Meyers of InvestorPlace’s InvestorPolitics forum writes that the Kellogg Company “is being incredibly, mind-numbingly stupid” by openly attacking Breitbart News after buying into “the media’s false narrative that conservatives and Breitbart’s website consist of deplorables, haters, racists, sexists, White Nationalists, who also kick puppies and club baby seals.” Kellogg’s actions, Meyers writes, “immediately alienates up to half of its domestic consumers.” He warns, “You do not pick a fight with Breitbart.”

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Politico: ‘Scour Breitbart’ for ‘Clues’ About Trump Policy

Politico’s Nahal Toosi scours Breitbart News’s national security articles and op-eds for clues about the incoming Trump administration’s foreign policy, noting in particular Breitbart’s decidedly pro-Israel and anti-radical Islamic terror stance. Though Breitbart’s former Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon is on a leave of absence to serve as President-elect Donald Trump’s chief strategist, Toosi writes that “foreign and domestic” observers “will likely scour Breitbart every day for clues about what the administration will do.”

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Washington Post: Breitbart Is ‘a Pestilence’

In her latest column, the Washington Post’s Ruth Marcus unloads a fallacious smear-filled broadside against Breitbart News Network and our 45 million unique monthly readers, declaring that we are not merely a publication, but rather “a pestilence.”

Vanity Fair: ‘Trump Succeeded Because of Breitbart’

Vanity Fair’s Ken Stern reports on his weeklong exercise in reading only conservative news sites, Breitbart News in particular. Stern grudgingly acknowledges Breitbart’s success in shaping the populist movement from which Donald Trump benefitted, and he suggests that the left needs “an effective counterweight in media to the Breitbarts of the world.”

Breitbart News Continues International Expansion With Launch Of Breitbart Jerusalem

WASHINGTON D.C. – November 17, 2015 – After successfully launching Breitbart London in 2014, the Breitbart News Network continues its international expansion with the launch of a new content vertical and bureau in Jerusalem, Israel. Breitbart Jerusalem will produce daily, hard-hitting exclusive news and features related to Israel and will also cover Syria, Egypt, Jordan, Yemen, Saudi Arabia and beyond. The bureau will be led by veteran Middle East correspondent Aaron Klein, an Israel-based American reporter, weekend talk radio host and New York Times bestselling author.