During his interview on CBS’s Sunday “60 Minutes” broadcast, President Barack Obama blamed the “corrosive nature” of talk radio and fake news for providing two of the most unpopular presidential candidates in history. “You had two of the most unpopular presidential
During the Sunday airing of his interview with CBS’s “60 Minutes,” President Barack Obama said he has zero regret for using the phrase “red line” in 2012 when he promised to retaliate against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime if it used chemical weapons.
President Barack Obama admitted in his interview on CBS’s “60 Minutes” that aired Sunday that he has made some “big, obvious fumbles” during his presidency and could go for a “mulligan” on some things. “I think we’ve done the big stuff
WHDH Sports Director Joe Amorosino was doing a live shot after Saturday’s New England Patriots-Houston Texans game when a rowdy Pittsburgh Steelers jumped in front of the camera to yell out his team’s name. Amorosino quickly shoved the fan and
Saturday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends Weekend,” Chris Cox, the founder of the group “Bikers for Trump,” spoke of his group’s plans for inauguration Friday. Cox first explained how the group was formed, but then announced it was the
Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a candidate for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, weighed in on the controversy surrounding President-elect Donald Trump and claims that he is an “illegitimate” president, as Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) had
Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Sarah Isgur Flores, a spokewoman for Attorney General designee Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), criticized Democrats that decried the legitimacy of President Barack Obama’s presidency, but are now engaging in the same thing with
Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” former Sen. Rick Santorum said, “President Obama was probably one of the most vindictive presidents that we’ve ever dealt with,” adding, “This president has been a bully.” Partial transcript as follows: TAPPER: That
On this weekend’s broadcast of “Fox New Sunday,” veteran journalist Bob Woodward said the unverified dossier about President-elect Donald Trump and Russia is a “garbage document.” Woodward said, “I think what is under reported here is Trump’s point of view
Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” in commenting on Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) saying, “I don’t see the president-elect as a legitimate president,” and the controversy over President-elect Trump’s tweets criticizing Lewis, Sen. Rand Paul said (R-KY) Lewis is not
Sunday on CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” host Brian Stelter debated BuzzFeed editor-in-chief Ben Smith over BuzzFeed News’ decision to publish an unverified dossier about President-elect Donald Trump and Russia. Partial transcript as follows: STELTER: Were you trying to just get clicks?
Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” President Barack Obama’s chief of staff, Denis McDonough said he is proud that the Obama administration has been “historically free of scandal.” McDonough said, “I will say that the thing I’m most proud of,
Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” while discussing the unverified dossier about President-elect Donald Trump and Russia, former Speaker Newt Gingrich said Trump questions about the competence of the intelligence community are valid and he would recommend Trump “thoroughly overhaul
On this weekend’s broadcast of on “Fox News Sunday,” CIA Director John Brennan said President-elect Donald Trump’s tweet comparing the U.S. intelligence community to Nazis was “outrageous.” Last week reacting to a leaked dossier of unverified information about Trump and
On this weekend’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday,” host Chris Wallace questioned Vice President-elect Mike Pence on whether the Trump campaign had any contact with Russian operatives. Partial transcript as follows: WALLACE: I want to ask about to go very