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donald trump is racist. >> it was a joke but he will still get the $5,000. >> and i am sure he will give it to charity. >> on buzz beater "media buzz" investigation, decades of inaccurate reporting have colored what happened when john lennon was shot and brought to a new york hospital. we talked to eyewitnesses who never spoke about which doctor tried to save his life and which to only bellished their role. i was upset and distraught. i saw the dr. lynn being interviewed and he was doing a pumping motion and saying that he massageed john lennon's heart and that was a tip point and seemed disingenuous and...maybe it is insulting, i cannot
remember exactly. >> and yoko ono speaks out after a nurse said the reporting was unfair to her. >> do you think yoko ono was smeared? >> i do. yes. honestly. she was smeared. >> ben carson at war with the media over a cnn report challenging his account of having been an angry and violent young man. >> a bunch of lies is what it is, a bunch of lies. attempting to say i am lying about my history. >> and ben carson declaring "politico" of reporting on a mistakennen change that he was offered a scholarship to attend west point. thank you is a decision operation on behalf of some to try to find a way to tarnish me because they have been looking through everything there has to
be something. they are desperate. so next week it will be my kindergarten teacher who said i peed in my pants. >> is he blaming the press for his own missteps or are the media overreaching in an attempt to tarnish him? >> donald trump keeps dominating the country, the coverage, ripping his rivals and i watched him close up at trump to we are and he is playing on the big stage "saturday night live." >> you think you are a terrific person, you think you are this, you think you are that, and and quite frankly, you are fired. >> you do it not have my tall en, money or especially good lucks but you are not bad. >> how is trump still driving the campaign coverage even when it attacking the media?
this is "media buzz". >> ben carson's campaign is based on his story that is now being challenged by media outlets that the doctor is convinced are out to get him. he has written and spoken about be angry and violent teen including an incident which he tried to stab a friend, cnn spoke to the old friends and neighbors who recalled them as a wealth behaved boy. >> cnn set out to find the classmate whose were victims but so far have been unable to rocket any of them. the ben carson campaign declined to provide names of those involved or eyewitnesses. calling cnn's examination into the past a witch hunted. >> ben carson admitted that in the biography he changed the identify of the person he said he stabbed from a close troll a friend and got into it with
cnn's reporter. >> but let me ask flatout, whether you stand by the claim as a 14-year-old boy you attempted to stab another boy and attacked your mother with a hammer? >> those claims are absolutely true. i am 100 percent sure you are true and this is an attempt to smear and to deflect the argument. >> cnn is trying to find people involved in the incident or witnessed this. >> what makes you think you are going to find those specific people? tell me? how does your methodology work? this is a bunch of lies. >> on friday, a screaming headline in "politico" accused ben carson in his biography of fabricating a claim he got a full scholarship to west point. and they accused "politico" of
outright line. >> you were never formally offered any kind of accommodation at west point; that correct? >> right i was told that it would be very easy for me. >> so that should have been a little clearer on page 57 of the book, correct? >> you could, it could have been clearer. i totally understand. >> joining us now to sort through all of this is mercedes schlapp, political consultant and former white house aide to george w burn, and robert costa for the "washington post" and penny lee democratic strategist and commentator. ben carson, then, made a mistake in writing he was offer add full scholarship to west point and "politico" backing off the screaming headline. was this a legitimate story? >> "politico" gets an f in reporting because they had to change the headline from fabricating at west point to a different headline.
>> they said also that he applied but, in fact, ben carson never made that case, he said he never applied. so "politico" got it wrong. >> when you say "f" in reporting do you think it should never have been published? >> they should not have reported it. >> robert, ben carson is using strong language, liars, and witch hunt, and seems offended. >> for so many, they rise through the ranks and in house races and senate and governor races and the press gradually vets them but this is an uncomfortable confluence with the press and the politician and it is unfolding it is uncomfortable but coming from the right position they are meeting at this hot moment. >> penny lee does "politico" get
credit for trying to held him accountable for what hables was a small misrepresentation? >> sure, but you have to be very careful and not overreach because you play into the hands of the candidate. that is what "politico" did when they went too far. yes every fact is new going to be examined like every presidential candidate has always had throughout history, president obama you went point by point he made in both of his two books. >> but ben carson is not accustomed to this. >> to robert's point he is not accustomed to it. but it is on the news outlets to hold them to it. >> but it is to the benefit of ben carson he raised $3.5 million in a week because of the supposed media witch hunt. it is the job of the media to scrutinize the presidential candidates and today the "washington post" you have marco rubio and the messy federal statements this is what the media's job has to be but they got to get the facts right. >> on that point cnn has a
couple of reporters interview old friends and classmates to find out if they could find anyone who knows anything abut the supposedly violent incidents when he was 14 and 15. is that a witch hunt? >> again, the media has to do their job but if the stories were 50 years ago, with that being said they went to the campaign, asked for the names and i am say this is a shoestring campaign. they are focused on organizing in iowa and new hampshire and do not want to have to deal with giving engages out. >> i don't think beck has any obligation to help reporters do their job but at the same time cnn did not say ben carson lied but they said we were not able to find anyone who could substantiate. but isn't this kind of an unside down situation? here you have cnn saying our reporting suggests he is nice and quiet and the candidate said, no, i was violent and angry, kind of the opposite of what you would expect. >> it is a unique situation to have a presidential candidate
trying to use supposed acts of criminality to authenticate themselves as a presidential candidate usually they keep away from talking of stabbing and taking a hammer to their mother, it is odd to watch but it is what the ben carson story is about and he is sticking by it. >> cnn, though, was in a position of trying to point a negative and the reporting of the makes sent. every candidate who runs, you know this, as reporters trying to find the high school girlfriend and that stuff, what kind of person was this as a young man or woman? talking to nine people doesn't prove that they would not know that he tried to hit his mother with a hammer or came close to it and would not know this. >> and beck become has to be presented this is just the start of it. this is a lot more ahead, with much more media scrutiny and from his own fellow candidates. they have trackers. they going to be checking the
scrutiny and verifying his own authenticity. this is going to be something where, can he react? the media has it on themselves to be responsible and in a systematic way going forward because we know this is just the start of it. >> media, obviously, they had an interview with ben carson and they asked, well, what about your mother? why don't they come out? he said, my mother has alzheimer's disease, guess what, there is a empathetic approach that the viewers are going to say, you really asked this question, where is your mother and he has to answer that, my mother has amount disease? >> most candidates are avoiding the story. but an exception is donald trump saying when high talked to bill o'reilly. >> if you think about what ben carson is saying he hit his mother over a head with a hammer. >> he almost d. >> a friend in the face with a
lot and he tried to kill someone interest a knife and he said he suffers from pathological disease. okay? >> how much does trump amplify the story, drive the story, keep the story alive when he said that about the reporting on ben carson? >> i spoke to donald trump at length after taping the o'reilly interview, and trump likes to play political analyst and the quote he gaves, this could be the beginning of the end seeing ben carson unravelling as the scrutiny and the spotlight increases. trump is not slamming him hard. he likes to raise the questions about ben carson. >> the thing about donald trump and ben carson dynamic they are more friendly than any of the other rivals. campaign manager n carson's campaign manager get along and there has been talk of a truck and ben carson tick contempt. >> how much does it help you or him that you are able to get him
on the phone which is not true for most newspaper reporters? >> a different situation reporting on donald trump's campaign he is accessible in a way that most politicians are not accessible. he sees the benefit of having his voice in a step rather than a spokesperson and that is a different situation than anyone else you deal with. >> on tuesday of this week, there is a news conference at trump tower and i asked donald trump a few goes. he was ripping on everyone, going after cnbc and had a lot to say about the other republican rivals. we will look at that and then ask you a few questions on the other side. >> ben carson is weak on immigration and wants to get rid of medicare. my jeb impression? i don't want to do that, i don't like showing a person sleeping at a bodyup. rub has a disaster open his finances. he has a disaster on his credit cart. >> when donald trump talks about marco rubio and those are stories that have been reported, what is the effect on media coverage? >> it has a lot of effect
because it puts the doubt not only in the mind of the voter but of the media. you think, we have to dig into the story on the credit cards of rib rub and jeb bush and whether he is making a comeback? >> he is --. >> he is the assignment editor? >> and he provides the information and it feeds to the media and that is where the media responds and you see the stories coming out on the other candidates. >> what happens is reporters then, next time they see marco rubio or general they say, donald trump said this, and they ask for a response and that goes into the third and fourth day of the news cycle, are we too...reactive to what truck said? >> a it is amazing he is taking trolling to a new world and turned twitter into his media channel. >> every journalist monitors his
accounts on twitter because everyone knows there will be stuff on there. is this a brilliant strategy or showing that media... >> he knows how to keep the brand out there and it is provocative and where he is trying to solicit all of the response because he does not always want to answer his own questions, that are directed to him. his greatest strength is deflecting to everyone else and having other people in the media cover the other questions that are out for the other candidate. >> h does not hide from the press. we want to hear what you think or comment on twitter @howardkurtz. >> as we approach the 35 anniversary of the death of john lennon a look at distortions and discrepancies of what happened at the hospital that night. equals great rates.
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>> he is only as good as the material given to him so i don't think the material was bringing out the best in donald trump but he was there. he showed up. he played. he was self citizen -- self depreca texting and he played along and got the joke. >> the losers in the media are not giving this credit. "washington post" "mean and halfhearted flop," and "new york times", estimated and unfunny performance. >> snl needed we drum more than donald trump needed "snl," because trump is more fund on the campaign trail. that was a mini media buildup around the performance and what do you expect? the writing wasn't that great and trump did the best. the dancing...have to admit.
>> trump is pretty funny when he is doing his own thing and he is doing the lines. the setups were good but the punch lines, not is good. >> i spoke to him and and i said how is it going? >> he said i am still trying to win iowa. what we saw was donald trump, part of the trump moment but he did not have a dwayneing moment like we saw with sarah palin and tiny fay, it will be cited but not remembered. >> larry david stole the show and trump said in one of the four or five sunday shows he called in to today, that he veto add couple of sketches including one that would make fun of the hold ben carson hit his mother thing which was wise. tv critics, you say it is terrible, fine, but the "washington post" who was criticizing of the whole snl gig called him a hateful nonsensical
candidate. do we want credits giving -- critiques to give their views? >> they are off base. they can have their point made but at the end, in a case of "snl," for trump it was his way of being the performer he is and he can do that. i don't think the critics play that role. >> she a gift hot on saturday and sunday he phones into the sunday shows so is there such a thing as too much trump or do the media just have a bottomless appetite? >> the ratings show there is a bottomless appetite. we do not know if we just tuning in to see the car wreck or listen to it? >> it is entertainment vs. substance. >> car wreck?
>> that people looking for the gaffe or what is provocative? >> can don't other campaigns steal this and do what he does on twitter or call you or make themselves available for more interviews and more formats? >> as a reporter the biggest difference between truck and the rival is the truck campaign puts the candidate out there day in and day out and it does not marry the outlet. the other campaigns you go through layers of spokes people and east record and deep background. where with truck you call the assistant or send an e-mail and they will decline or accept. that streamlineed process, that accessibility in this country in this campaign i welcome more of it from all sighs. >> the traditional campaign model doesn't work. >> you have to be available and accessible even if you do not like the media, you need the media to get your message out.
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>> two titans on follow went after it with george will accusing bill o'reilly of going into the no facts zone over an aide to the chief of staff howard baker some were worried whether he had the ability to carry on the dues and then it got heated. >> the author when on to repudiate and deny them. >> when? when did he repudiate it? when? shortly after meeting ronald reagan. >> not meeting ronald reagan, he
repudiated it while he was in the white house under heavy pressure. do you know michael deaver? >> what are you laughing at? >> you deny it? do you go my it. >> i deny that you know he repeated it. >> okay. >> o'reilly he said should talk to top aides and he said they had skin in the game eight is doing the work of left which knows in order to discredit conservatism it must destroy the reputation of reagan. >> you are a hack. you are in the the kabul of the reagan loyalist whose do not want the truth to be told. >> new, both men scored some points, and the point is about a real memo whether it raised questions his competence or whether it was discredited and viewers confused by the back and forth and it got hot, should read the column of george will and the book of bill o'reilly
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his story to a national audience for the first time. >> four shots to the front and three on the back, not responsive, and no pulse and we immediately opened up his chest. i opened up his chest and his heart was intact and a lost blood. >> what makes the dr. halleran remarkable is over the years, two other doctors have taken credited for the emergency surgery performed on john lennon and each drew major media attention. dr. halleran new a surgeon in syracuse was interviewed by the producers of a new film "the lenin report," unveiled next week. why is he speak out? >> it is unseemly to say, i took -- i have never done that. >> if you does that you would have gotten more media attention? >> but come across as a butt head. >> bar what was a nurse in the trauma room. >> david was on the opposite side of the stretcher than i and he had his chest opened and he had his hands in his chest
trying to find the pleaders. >> another was in room 115 as a nurse. >> dave was taking care of his cardiac massage and dr. halleran did a wonderful job and he deserves the credit. >> after john lennon was pronounced dead he wrote up the medical report which roses development has never released. dr. lin asked dr. halleran if he wanted to previous the media mob outside. >> i did not. i want dotted crawl under a rock. i want dead go home. >> i was distraught and upset and you feel responsible and wonder, what could have? what could have been done differently? so dr. lynn addressed the waiting reporters. >> john lennon was brought to the emergency room to the roosevelt hospital this evening shortly before 11 o'clock people. >> steven lynn said nothing about performing the surgery himself and dr. halleran said
another physician had come into the room halfway through the operation but played only an advisory role. >> on the 10th anniversary of his murder "people" magazine ran a story "the day the music died," describing dr. mark's as the man who operated on john lennon. and marks is now deceased said win iry threed high would not make it i sewed him back up. >> dr. halleran did open cardiac massage and...dr. marks did not have to do anything at that time. that i know of. >> so richard marks did not touch the body? >> no. >> dr. halleran ran into dr. marks? >> i busted his chops and said let me shake the hand of the man who tried to save john lennon. >> and he said you know how the media is and the papers. >> in the wave of media coverage on the 25th anniversary of his
death there was a new medical story. "new york times" said steven lynn the former administrators massaged his heart? >> did you personally open his heart? >> i personally opened his heart and i held his heart in my happens attempting to massage his heart trying to get what little blood we was lost in his body to circulate as best as it could. >> those who are this tell a different story. >> he arrived at 1:15 where john lennon was pronounced dead or about. >> another work told me account filmmakers it was wrapping up when dr. lynn arrived. >> he got there and it was pretty much february -- finished. they had done what they could. >> dr. lynn came in at the end? did he touch the body?
>> no. >> i put the questions to dr. lynn and he back trapped. >> fur people who were there, dr. halleran, barbara, and another nurse, and de, have told us that it was dr. halleran who performed the emergency resuscitation and you arrived toward the end? >> i was there at the beginning, it may have been dr. halleran that held the knife i cannot remember exactly who held the knife, i was there before the other doctors were there i was the director of the message department. >> why do you think that four people would have a different relation of that emotional night? >> it has been 35 years since then. i don't remember exactly who hemmed the knife, i certainly thought i was my hand on the knife and it may very well have been dr. halleran and perhaps it was david that were order the chest but i am not certain. >> could it have been dr. halleran massaging john lennon's heart and not you. >> no, i know i did that because i remember it. >> is it possible in the passage
of time that you have misconstrued this? >> no. >> is therety doubt in your mind that dr. lynn did not take john lennon's snowed. >> in doubt. >> dr. lynn said he was called back after a long shift and told me that he did not know the patient was the former beatle. >> had no idea who the parent was, no idea who the patient was until after he actually arrived in the trauma room. >> but de. said she contacted lynn when she helped it was john lennon and would not have called for a regular gunshot victim. >> he called because he was the administrator because he was a famous person. >> unless you are john kennedy or john lennon they are not calling. if you are john doe no one will be woken up. >> in "new york times" the dr. lynn edited a chilling detail of telling yoko ono. >> she was on the floor pounding
her head and i put my hands behind her leg. >> barbara was in the room? >> he was in the room long enough to observe if she did that. and yoko ono did not bang her head on the floor. she did not wail. she acted appropriate to the situation. she just seen her husband shot and now wreck yoke was told that john lebanonen was dead end i was angry when i heard that. when i heard him interviewed it was more and more and more and more embellished. >> was yoko ono smeared? >> i do. yes, honestly. she was smeared. >> dr. hen has also said in interviews he gave the measures this warning about potentially look a tough souvenirs? >> no one run out of room with the sheets that have john lennon's blood or dirty parts of your clothing or your tie with a
past john lennon's blood. >> he was just no need to say anything like that because newspaper of the stuff would have done that. it was very, very insulting and demeaning to the nursing staff. >> it did not happen? >> no, absolutely not. >> dr. halleran was not aware of the publicity swirls who talked to outlets from the ap to new york daily news but on the 30th anniversary dr. lynn showed up on espn on fox news and on a cnn special that dr. halleran happened to see. and the story that dr. lynn told made headlines. >> what did you see? how did you react? >> what i saw was dr. lynn being interviewed with his hands pumping motion if he pumped a heart saying he took care of john lennon and massaged his heart and that just was the tipping point for me. it was disingenuous.
maybe insulting to me. >> other than a couple of local interviews in syracuse that made no mention, dr. halleran has stayed out of the national spotlight. decades after leaving roosevelt hospital where his father was also a doctor, dr. halleran said he now is speaking out for the sake of historical accuracy. >> has this changed your view of the men media? >> i am more skeptical than 35 years ago. i don't know who watches the watchers. i don't know who fact checks the fact checkers. >> john lennon's ledge under will live four but we have the last piece of the puzzle and the surgeon who avoided the limelight all these years finally getting his due. >> roosevelt hospital did nottance my questions but yoko ono gave me this statement on friday and i quote, "i did not bang my head on anything let alone a credit floor this is the first time i hear this story.
all the time i had in mind that i had to stay calm and well for seao's sake if i banged my head on anything i could get had injury, very bad for me and my son, i thought i had to stay at strong as i could for him." a next, why the republican revolt against the networks have physician eled and the democrats sit down with a liberal and carly fiorina takes on "the view."
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>> some republican candidates launched a revolt against the debate rules giving a list of detailed demands. >> how bout rather than a bunch of attack journalists we had real conservatives? and you imagine a debate moderateed by shawn hannity and rush limbaugh and mark levin? >> join us is kristen soltis anderson, charles krauthammer said the republicans got a gift, but squandered over rules and questions and the studio has to have 67 degrees.
>> it is fair. in the cnbc debate a problem watt not a least-right media bias but the way that the mood raters wanted to make it about themselves, the moderators trying to prove they were smarter than the candidate. >> candidates go to the net borks and say, we are done with this and i fizzled but was it smart politics to go there? >> it fizzled because the candidates will have different things they will want. what is good for trump is not what is good for rick santorum so that is why the rnc can be a good moderating force to be the broke are between all of the candidates and the networks because some will have a lot more leverage with the networks than others. >> they all want different things and some want to be heard and some want to be heard less or be shielded from questions. we just heard ted cruz say rush limbaugh and sean hannity and mark let -- levin want to moderate a debate. do they just want people on
their side thing they do not have to deal with journalists bye or overzealous? >> most know the road to the white house is going through the mainstream media and you have to stand up to journalist whose do not necessarily agree with your point of view. but what is interesting about requested of having conservative journalists moderating debate in the context of the republican primary, there is almost known who knows better about the inside the family fights that folks have on the right. >> the question is, are those conservative come states in this case going to really ask difficult questions that put they will on the spot or just going to say president obama is doing a terrible job don't you agree? >> people would be surprised to want how much inside the conservative family there are serious debates about tax policies, small things that you do not get when it is someone outside the conservative bubble doing the questioning. there is some value there. >> by the way, the fox business debate is. coming you on tuesday with chris christie and mike huckabee not
make the stage, will that depress the media coverage they get? this is based on polling, but, speaking of partisan debates we had one on friday night, not a debate but a democratic forum moderated by msnbc we will look at that. >> what do you say to people like senator bernie sanders who why criticized you as being too close to wall street? >> i represented new york, but then who thinging that they can influence what i will do doesn't know me very well. >> was rachel too friendly or some what challenging toward hillary clinton and bernie sanders? >> it was not particularly hostile exchange. this is the boyfriend in some ways of having debates or forums conduct by someone inside the i'd lunch california family, someone like her can set people
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gets you misinterpreted donald trump's comments about my face and thought those were not humorous. >> no, no, no. >> the point is --. >> we are come need as i make fun of hillary clinton's pant suits and her husband's sex life. >> it was friendly the first time but at the the dementioned face we may have trashed you but we are comics. >> carly fiorina took the right strategy because the people who watch it like that show she took a smart strategy letting the comment stand for themselves not try to be overly combative and allowing herself to seem above the fray and not being afraid to could be front people for the commons. >> at the same time, "the view," suffers from not having a conservative panelists and it sees fiorina makes the point conservative women, the double standard, are treated different than liberal woman, does she have a point?
>> a show like that she has a point. at another point in the interview she got into a debate about planned parenthood that went off the rails because it is one of the topics they will never agree on. >> thank you for being that up. we have another clip. it got heated. >> i am pro life. whether you are pro choice or pro life the majority of americans more horrified by the reality that we are harvesting baby parts through late --. >> i need to stop. >> that is not true the you know that is not true. >> carly fiorina you know --. >> now, it is interesting --. >> come on, girl. >> fiorina said that plan lap -- that planned parenthood has change their policy but nature taking compensation. >> how did it come off about fiorina and the ladies? >> it went in line with the political discussion you are, it is shouty and everyone is yelling over each other and
frankly, carly fiorina's strategy of continuing to public her mom is the best you could do if a a for mat you are coming in remotely and everyone is around the table. this message, i will fight back when people insult me is take the fight on planned parenthood it has been her message, really, since the first prime time debate. what is the next chapter? how can fiorina get in front voters with whatever the next chapter is? >> "the view," is not what it was under barbara walters so some people are probably happen. >> the "washington post" trashes the hometown team getting to the world series is jut not enough. ♪
i knew it. i knew john stewart couldn't stay away. he says he doesn't miss the daily show. daily show. >> i knew that jon stewart could not stay away, he has signed up for a four year deal at hbo so he can still go after trump. and maybe fox. take those pictures down. new york is a tough tabloid town, look at mess they were not expected to win but after making some mistakes and losing the world series i was there and saw this, and this screamer "amazing disgrace," seriously? four losses and they are bums as the brooklyn dodgers were called. that is it for "media buzz" i am howard kurtz. we post a lot of original comment on facebook with videos and a dialogue and you can write to us media buzz
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