Flashback: NBC Minimized Rape Accusation Against Bill Clinton

NEW YORK — Amid questions about why NBC did not utilize a months-long investigation by its own freelance correspondent Ronan Farrow into accusations of sexual assault and harassment by Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, it may be instructive to recall the network’s controversial treatment of the story told by Bill Clinton’s rape accuser, Juanita Broaddrick.

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MSNBC Compares Obama Budget to Oprah Car Giveaway

On Monday, MSNBC host Ronan Farrow compared President Obama’s recently-unveiled budget to Oprah Winfrey’s famous 2004 car giveaway. Farrow summarized the Obama budget as “basically, you get the money and you get the money, you all get the money! Just

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Russert: Hagel Struggled as ‘Outsider’ in Obama Admin

NBC News Capitol Hill reporter Luke Russert said that Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel struggled to penetrate the Obama administration’s inner circle as the “outsider” and that his departure as Secretary of Defense was manifestation of the “daylight” between Obama and

Russert: Hagel Struggled as ‘Outsider’ in Obama Admin

Carter Slams ‘Warmonger’ McCain

Friday on MSNBC’s “Ronan Farrow Daily,” former President Jimmy Carter criticized Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) for saying President Barack Obama is even a worst president than he was.  “That’s a compliment to come from a warmonger,” Carter said. “I was

Carter Slams ‘Warmonger’ McCain

Gruber Visited White House a Dozen Times

Economist Jonathan Gruber made at least a dozen trips to the White House including at least one meeting with the President. The Wall Street Journal reports that Gruber visited the White House six times in 2009 and several more times

Gruber Visited White House a Dozen Times

MSNBC: AZ-Mexico Border 'Lawless'

MSNBC’s Ronan Farrow reported that the Arizona-Mexico Border was “lawless” on Friday’s “Jose Diaz-Balart.” Farrow, who is in Tuscon after visiting the border, said, “The thing that you’re struck by being on the border is there is no securing it, in

MSNBC: AZ-Mexico Border 'Lawless'