Carter Page couldn't guarantee he did not discuss the easing of sanctions with his Russian contacts and told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos, "Let’s see what the FISA transcripts say."
Donald Trump is a danger to national security because he actually encouraged Russia to hack Clinton's emails, Kaine explained patiently on ABC's "This Week," as the media focused on the FBI report "raising new questions" about Hillary Clinton's emails.
Will's most egregious sin may have been his "attacking and dismissing rape victims" but climate denialism and ethical lapses also dogged him
During an appearance on ABC's This Week, National Review writer Rich Lowry tried to assert that "attempted forced kissing" by men on young women didn't count as sexual assault.
In what is being tagged #pointergate on Twitter, a Minnesota news station ran an absolutely irresponsible and overtly racist story claiming Minneapolis mayor Betsy Hodges flashed gang signs with a black man who also happened to be a convicted felon
Lately, Republicans and members of the news media have pounced on comments made by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton regarding her family's financial situation after her husband, ex-President Bill Clinton, left the White House. It isn't working.
During Sunday's broadcast of ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos, Bill Kristol was absolutely destroyed over his opinion that the United States needs to deploy thousands of troops to Iraq and re-engage in a combat mission.
On Tuesday, former Vice President Dick Cheney and his daughter, Liz, appeared on The Rush Limbaugh Show to discuss Iraq and basically trash the President. All three people claimed that Obama is hurting America on purpose.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney was on ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos Sunday to discuss the recent violence in Iraq, as well as his infamous op-ed in the Wall Street Journal where he claimed that President Obama is directly responsible for the chaos in Iraq and the Middle East.
On this week's five Sunday news shows (CNN's State of the Union, ABC's This Week, NBC's Meet the Press, CBS' Face the Nation and Fox News Sunday) almost all of the guests that were brought on for interviews were white Republican males.
This Sunday on ABC's This Week, host Martha Raddatz had a panel discussion about the recent reemergence of Monica Lewinsky. Raddatz brought up Lewinsky's article in Vanity Fair. She cornered Bill Kristol on his recent conspiracy theory and responded with Benghazi.
Jonathan Karl said, 'Ted Cruz is so hated among the republicans. More so than the shutdown, the Tuesday lunch they have, he's going to need a food taster.'
Kirsten Gillibrand told Katie Couric, "This reform is not a Democratic idea, it's not a Republican idea, it's just the right thing to do."
Republicans are in the habit of planting stories in the press, and your "free press" falls for it over and over again. However, tt's really not that hard to spot a planted story. They have tells.
President Obama's senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer was on ABC's 'This Week' Sunday, taking aim at the Republicans' attempt to force their rejected budget onto the people.
While discussing immigration reform, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) said, 'We are losing dramatically the Hispanic vote, which we think should be ours, for a variety of reasons.'
On ABC's This Week, Senator Bob Corker, (R-TN), concern trolled about the 'temperament' of Republican former Senator Chuck Hagel, whom Obama has nominated as Secretary of Defense.
George Will writes about an agency founded and briefly run by newly-elected Senator Elizabeth Warren. Will tells many half-truths and lies.
Incredible amounts of money were spent on the 2012 General Election. And lots of that money was wasted when expensive attack ads didn't work
Today, a relentless assault on Romney's auto lies dominated on the Sunday shows, from Fox News to David Gregory.