Trump is entertaining if you can ignore that he wants to be leader of the free world. He’s funny if you think racism and misogyny are great punchlines. If you’re not on board with that, you may think Trump deserves the toughest of questions, the ones Ramos wants to ask.
Obscured by sensational and often stupid media coverage, the fundamental facts are simple. There is no evidence that Hillary Clinton violated any rule or law in her use of a private email server, however badly advised.
Trump also described Kelly’s question to him about past misogynistic comments as “gibberish” and “her stupid question.”
It took a while, but Donald Trump has finally gotten hit by a story that is actually eliciting some sympathetic commentary in the media — unfortunately, it’s the past allegation of spousal rape.
The gang on Morning Joe asked former Mississippi governor and onetime RNC chairman Haley Barbour how he feels about his home state’s own flag and its prominent Confederate emblem. See what happened when they tried to get a straight answer from him.
There is simply no possibility that Joe, who generously noted that we are “friends” before I left the set, believes I called him “a Nazi” or would ever do so.
National Memo Editor-in-Chief Joe Conason discussed Hillary Clinton’s political future, during a Friday morning appearance on Morning Joe. Video of the segment is below, via MSNBC:
With the happy news that Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky expect their first child later this year, the Clinton family can anticipate warm good wishes from most Americans – and a less uplifting response from all of the usual suspects. The inane but mostly harmless speculation from the pundit class already has begun. How will […]
The National Memo Editor-in-Chief Joe Conason discussed poverty in the United States on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” today. Joe joined Dr. Cornel West, Tavis Smiley, Howard Dean, and the hosts to examine inequality, Occupy Wall Street, the economy, and the poor U.S. population. Watch the clip here: Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news […]
The National Memo’s Editor-in-Chief Joe Conason talked about President Obama’s jobs speech, his prospects for re-election, and more on MSNBC’s Morning Joe today: Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy
The National Memo’s Editor-in-Chief Joe Conason talked default and Grover Norquist with Howard Dean, Sam Stein of the Huffington Post, and the rest of the crew on MSNBC’s Morning Joe just now: Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy