“In his case, I guess he just doesn’t understand the concept of bottle feeding let alone the concept of paternity leave," Buttigieg responded after Fox's Tucker Carlson's nasty, homophobic attack.
It’s not just abortions that are endangered by the new anti-abortion laws but women’s health care and those who provide it.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes rightfully compared Fox's Tucker Carlson to former KKK grand wizard David Duke, and pointed out that Carlson is a lot more overt with his bigotry than Duke was back in the day.
Live on MSNBC, a white man in a pickup truck pulled over and accosted NBC reporter Shaq Brewster.
During a report on Hurricane Ida, a white man accosted a Black reporter. Anchor Craig Melvin expressed strong concern for the reporter's safety.
"I've never seen any governor of either party ever behave like this," Dean Said. "It's almost as if he does not give a damn who has to die as long as he's gets reelected, and I think he's making a big mistake."
Peter Doocy tried to cast Biden's ability to take care of business at home and abroad at the same time as a BAD thing.
After negotiations, the MSNBC star has signed a multi-year contract that will keep her with her current employer.
Ben Rhodes explains what the Trump administration handed Biden in their rush to both claim responsibility for withdrawing U.S. forces from Afghanistan and cut a peace deal with the Taliban.
Congressman Eric Swalwell asks if the committee investigating the insurrection will get anything close to the cooperation the Benghazi committee got from Hillary Clinton.
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