Donald Trump and the night time anchors of Fox News had a symbiotic relationship. The anchors heaped praise on the former president and pushed even his most ludicrous ideas. In return, Trump gave the Fox network huge ratings and unprecedented access.
The caller’s threat came amid continued attacks on the media from Trump, who has described the press as “the enemy of the people” and “fake news.”
When Kellyanne Conway tried to lie and say that the Steele Dossier was completely unverified, CNN's Brian Stelter called her out for spreading misinformation on his show.
CNN's Brian Stelter asked the questions about Trump's mental fitness and competency that the mainstream press and especially the cable news networks have mostly avoided like the plague. Stelter asked if Trump has a mental illness? Importantly, he also asked what do we do if the President is unfit.
CNN's Brian Stelter delivered a scathing and factual questioning of Donald Trump's worthless words and said what few on cable news have been willing to admit on the air. Donald Trump's promises and words are useless and worthless because he has no credibility.
CNN's Brian Stelter, one of those under constant attack from right-wing sources for being willing to take account of actual facts in his reporting, took to CNN's New Day today to argue for transparency in the Trump transition.
"If he thinks this is bad now, when he is in office it's going to be all over the place, every comedian, everyone. SNL has done this to everybody."
Former Time editor Walter Isaacson claimed, "we're gonna have a lot of time once he gets into office to start covering his policies."
The ADL responded that, "@TeamTrump should avoid rhetoric & tropes that historically have been used [against] Jews & still spur #antisemitism"
Trump claims he is beating the system as his supporters game the system by rigging online polls to show he's beating the system
"What is a big fact, what is a little fact?...I don't think it's a good idea to get the moderator into essentially serving as the Encyclopaedia Britannica"
He says he will make America great again, safe again. It's hard to picture a coward like this doing anything of the sort, because if you're president, you don't get to hide.
"Contrary to yesterday's report on Fox, Oz will NOT be reviewing the results of Trump's recent physical"
"Fire that idiot pipsqueak Brian Stelter, who said anybody that raised a question about Hillary's health was a conspiratorial thinker"
Sexist, Racist, and Anti-Semitic. Clinton has every reason to criticize Trump's relationship with these people when she speaks in Reno, Nevada today.
"If he's going to hold up made-up articles or made-up charts from fringe websites, how can we believe what he's actually saying?"
"So I was going out on what I thought were dates. Chris, I thought these were dates. These were not dates. She was actually reporting back to Fox News about me," CNN's Brian Stelter said while discussing reports that Fox News sent out private investigators to target reporters.
Brian Stelter made an important point on CNN, warning journalists of the necessity to fact check and contextualize, "We can’t just let it seep into the discourse like it’s normal, we have to stop and fact check and contextualize.”
This week's Friday Fox Follies takes on Tucker Carlson's refusal to allow anyone who works for him to criticize Fox News.
During the Friday night broadcast of The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly responded to a Mother Jones story showing he embellished his war coverage as a reporter by throwing out personal insults and accusing the magazine and others of being "far left zealots."