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CBS’s Garrett: Ted Cruz Is a ‘Real Threat’ to Donald Trump in Iowa

Friday on “CBS This Morning,” network White House correspondent Major Garrett said Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Criz (R-TX) is a “real threat” to Donald Trump in Iowa. Garrett said, “Ted Cruz picked up a big endorsement in Iowa the day

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump fields a question from Univision and Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos during a press conference held before his campaign event at the Grand River Center on August 25, 2015 in Dubuque, Iowa. Earlier in the press conference Trump had Ramos removed from the room when he …

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?

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CNN’s Bash: Garrett’s Question Was ‘Disrespectful’

CNN Chief Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash said Major Garrett’s question that received a scolding from President Obama was “crossing that line a little bit, and being disrespectful” on Wednesday’s “CNN Newsroom.” Bash stated, “You’ve been a White House reporter, I’ve been

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CNN Blasts CBS News’s Major Garrett for Asking Obama Tough Question

During Wednesday’s national press conference about his Iran deal, President Obama played the media like a fiddle. It was a situation where the media was so compliant the questioners were hand-picked by the White House beforehand, the president filibustered throughout,

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WH Declines ‘Absolute Support’ for the Right to Satirical Mockery

Monday during the White House press briefing, in defending his predecessor Jay Carney for questioning in the judgment of Charlie Hebdo publishing anti-Islamic cartoons in 2012, White House press secretary Josh Earnest refused to say there is an absolute right to freedom of

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WH to Reporter: ‘That’s a Clown Question, Bro’

Monday at the White House press briefing, press secretary Josh Earnest refused to confirm whether President Barack Obama refers to UK Prime Minister David Cameron as “bro,” by calling CBS News’ chief White House correspondent Major Garrett’s question a “clown