In a video released overnight by ‘Project Veritas’ founder James O’Keefe, CNN producer John Bonifield is caught on film admitting that the network’s constant coverage of the Trump-Russia narrative is “mostly bullshit” and “the president is probably right to say [CNN] is witch-hunting [him].”
Moments after tapping in a par putt on the 18th hole at Erin Hills to win the U.S. Open, Brooks Koepka walked off the green and gave his girlfriend Jena Sims a kiss. That’s not an unusual occurrence at a golf event, but Sunday, FOX broadcaster Joe Buck identified Sims as Koepka’s ex-girlfriend, professional soccer […]
Member of President Donald Trump’s legal team and former Fox News contributor Jay Sekulow did morning talk shows on Sunday, defending the president trump over and over. First, against CNN’s Jake Tapper on ‘State of the Union. Second, against Fox News Sunday’ host Chris Wallace. Third, Against ‘Meet the Press’ with Chuck Todd.
Jared Kushner has emerged as a person of interest in the FBI’s investigations into the Trump campaign’s Russia ties. After journalists noted that a Donald Trump retweet Tuesday morning made it look like the president was confirming back-channel conversations did occur between Kushner and the Russians, White House press secretary Sean Spicer dodged the questions.
A young Italian TV reporter and her cameraman were both assaulted on live TV while covering the arrival of refugees from Africa. MATRIX Correspondent Francesca Parisella was covering the influx of immigrants who’d arrived in Italy and were sleeping at a Roman train station.
It was the first time in almost forty years that the commander-in-chief failed to show up at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner. While President Trump was rallying with supporters in Pennsylvania, the White House Press corps got together to pat themselves on the collective back. Dan and Amy offered their reactions.