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One of the hallmarks of Biden Administration press conferences has been the ongoing repartee between Fox News White House Correspondent/gadfly Peter Doocy and press secretary Jen Psaki. Doocy’s carefully-crafted questions often take surprising turns and seek to frame events in a politically-disadvantageous way for the administration. They’re meant to to elicit a TV moment. Psaki
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Fox News correspondent Steve Harrigan, reporting from Kyiv as the Russian attacks on Ukraine unfolded early on Thursday, warned of a much more dire type of conflict “that could get very ugly here.” “Missiles are hitting now and they’re hitting military buildings,” Harrigan said in a phone interview with Deadline. “That’s powerful.  A lot of
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All of the news networks carried events marking the anniversary of January 6th, albeit with differences in tone and tenor, but by the time of the opinion-heavy primetime hours, there were wildly different characterizations of the significance of attack on the Capitol. MSNBC’s Chris Hayes opened his how at 8 PM ET saying that “today
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Fox News personality Tucker Carlson said tonight that the “not guilty” verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial was “the right conclusion.” Carlson doubtless feels the same about Rittenhouse’s choice for his first post-verdict interview. Fox News Channel announced this evening that Carlson will conduct an exclusive conversation on Monday with the 18-year old Rittenhouse, who
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“It’s just remarkable how obsessed some people are in trying to trip California up and identifying areas of weakness,” said the state’s governor on Tuesday. And despite that, “we still dominate” the American economy, maintained Gavin Newsom. He went on to tick off a number of proof points: “No. 1 in household income. No. 1
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THIRD UPDATE, 10:53 AM PT:  Former President Donald Trump visited a police station in midtown Manhattan to mark the 20 years that have passed since 9/11. He was not present at an earlier ceremony at Ground Zero, where Joe Biden and his predecessors Barack Obama and Bill Clinton had gathered. Former President George W. Bush
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Most of the major networks are going all out next Saturday to cover the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. A least four networks are broadcasting live that day from Lower Manhattan as commemorative events are held at Ground Zero, the Flight 93 National Memorial and other sites connected with the tragedy.
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There are multiple ceremonies planned for Saturday, September 11, to mark the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. But before then, all the major networks and streamers are rolling out programming to commemorate the lives lost and provide perspective on one of the darkest days in U.S. history. For an exhaustive schedule of 9/11
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