Tag: press conference

Chuck Todd: ‘BuzzFeed Did Donald Trump a Political Favor’

Wednesday after President-elect Donald Trump’s press conference at Trump Tower in New York City, NBC “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd expressed his exasperation over the normalcy of what he called a “circus” surrounding Trump’s event. “I was struck big

Trump Team Bashes CNN, Buzzfeed Over ‘Garbage’, ‘Fake News’

The Trump team came out swinging against the media–specifically Buzzfeed and CNN–after they released stories about unsubstantiated, unverified claims alleging Russia had compromising information on Trump. Both the news outlets revealed the information the night before the President-Elect’s first press conference since his victory in November.

Watch: Trump Press Conference at Trump Tower

Wednesday, President-elect Donald Trump addressed reporters at a press conference from Trump Tower in New York City. Transcript as follows: SPICER: Morning. Thanks for being here (ph). (inaudible) days away from the inauguration of the next president and vice president

Flashback: When the Media Thought Reporters Asking Impertinent Questions Were Horrible

Is Jorge Ramos exclusively entitled to commandeer events for his own theatrical performances, or is that everyone in media? Things will get a bit confusing if everyone gets to jump up and start yelling his talking points at the nominal featured speaker. Follow-up question: are all politicians required to stand quietly while the activist-journalists vent their spleens?

Hillary Clinton: The Spin, the Cover-Up, and the Crime

Presidential candidates usually take pains to avoid becoming punch lines. When you’re running for the highest office in the land, you don’t want to look like an out-of-touch boob who doesn’t understand the basics of the computer technology integral to modern American life. Not so with Hillary Clinton.

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Obama’s Cowardly Hypocrisy on Sony

In his last press conference of 2014, President Barack Obama blamed Sony for pulling The Interview after hacking attacks and terror threats from North Korea. Yet not only did President Obama do and say nothing to defend Sony at the time, he