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>> and now in utah, a boy gave a flower to 800 girls at high school. happy valentine's day, to you. >> on the buzz beater a south carolina slug fest is shaken up by the death of antonin scalia and the vow of president obama to replace him and the lead off question in the debate. >> to be clear, you are okay wealth president nominating someone? >> he is going do do it whether i am okay with it or not. it is up to mcconnell and everyone else to stop it. it is called delay, delay, delay. adonald trump traded punches with ted cruz and jeb bush but the most hostile could not deny it. >> seven days ago people were dancing on donald trump's grave. everyone was calling him loser. a lost media people were saying it was the end. >> donald trump is on his way to
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becoming the republican presidential nominee. give the devil his due it was a crushing victory by donald trump >> bernie sanders dismissed as a fringe candidate shellacked hillary clinton when the pundits insisted it was unnestable. >> i am blown away by the bernie sanders win. >> this is not a good morning for hillary clinton. period. she got kremlined. >> hillary clinton in longer has the unbeatable campaign. >> so company subplots where do the trump haters double down? does they unfairly sabotage marco rubio over a debate? >> and mary katharine ham on what she brought to abc's republican debate as an unabashed conservative. >> camera came on and i thought, is extremely nervous for me is i will look so relaxed they will stop being nervous. >> so relaxed, this is "media
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buzz" and i am howard kurtz. with donald trump now the clear g.o.p. frontrunner it is worth recalling how many dismissed his chances eight months ago. >> this is donald trump's biggest day and he will be ignored from here on. >> he trounced the other candidates in new hampshire and the media haters were not gracious. new york daily news called him dead clown walking came back with "dawn of the brain dead," blaming the state's mindless storm anies and this screamer "new hampshire goes racist, sexiest," and sliming the state voters. with the action shifting to saturday's south carolina primary with chris christie and carly fiorina dropping out, cbs tried to pin down the canidates and there were fisticuffs.
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>> in 2008 talking about president george bush's conduct you were surprised nancy pelosi did not try to impeach him and i quote, "that would have been wonderful." >> as a businessman i get look with everyone. i am sick and tired of him going after my fee. my dad is the greatest man alive in my mind. >> gin to us analyze the campaign coverage, heidi przybyla, senior policemen correspondent at "usa today", and juleanna glover consultant who worked in the white house for george w. bush and dick cheney and simon rosenberg president of the new democratic network. i am looking at headlines, and donald trump turned it into a march, "trump a loser." is it reflecting the fact that many in the media have been waiting for a chance to attack donald trump? >> thing of the narrative coming from all of the debates from the
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beginning: jeb trying but failing to defend himself and this time we saw a totally different jeb, actually defending himself and going on the offense, new narrative. everyone jumped on that. i don't know if it is can completely fair because just because trump loses his cool does not mean that he loses it with the voters. they like that. it is his selling point the he is angry. >> look at one of the angry moments, donald trump and ted cruz and we will congress back on open -- come back on the other sigh. >> his policies have been very, very liberal, most of his life he is described himself as very pro choice and as a experter of partial birth abortion and right now high supports federal taxpayer funding for planned parenthood. >> are a big liar reasonable worse than jeb bush. the single biggestly arrest.
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this guy lies, let he tell you he lied about ben carson when he took votes away from ben carson in iowa. and he just continues. >> a lot of boos. this is not the first time that donald trump has had a debate where press said he did terribly and then... >> make this clear, this is south carolina. they are fighting over who will win south carolina. everyone knew expectations going into south carolina this would be a bloodbath. all of the strategist made clear it would be ugly and it did. interestingly, donald trump said, again, another fabrication talking that he did not say he did not support taxpayer funding for planned parenthood but he has done that so many times and what is interesting this is a show of media, there is not a clear catalog of how many times donald trump has been proven to be untruthly. you have china, his suggestion to the "new york times" that he
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would slap 30 percent tax on tariff and john mccain calling him a loser, instances where if you go through and catalog, much more carefully and brightly, and have it clearly understood he has seriously challenge for being frank and honest. >> what surprised me, simon rosenberg, he talked about george w. bush and 9/11 saying the bush administration lied over the weapons of mass destruction and whether it was a lie is a subject of a decade of political debate, do you think the press is being hash be on donald trump? >> what is interesting after every debate the press has said he did a term job, boorish, not fit to be president and he was seen in a poll in second place in terms of the republican voters. he has a very strong core of 25 or 30 or 35 percent and a poll in south carolina has him at 40% and they have stayed with him.
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the problem is at affluenza all, the mainstream moderates are so divided he rolls ahead the he had what good night. nothing derailed him. >> donald trump is running against the media, and sometimes against fox, and "national review," so the fact that commentators and other geniuses say he has gone too far in this or the other statement or debate rolls off him. >> it does and every time we have called it it has been because he does something that is offensive to general electorate but this time people are seeing this as different because he made some talking points that as we talked about before, were actually democratic talking points arguably going in there and going so aggressive against the bushes calling them liars in the war and againsting planned parenthood,n he said
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thought he want too far. most of the work they do is providing women's health services but the abortion part i am against by that point he had already been on the record defending planned parenthood. so if he extend over the line, it wasn't because his temperament which is what we have called but because he went over and veered into sounding pore like a democrat. >> before i move on what do you make of the huffington post saying new hampshire has gone racist and sexist. the plurality voted for donald trump in this primary. >> huffington post is on the record as covering donald trump in a different way than the rest of the media and until recently they were covering him in entertainment section. i am not surprised. for the demographic mostly reading this, it will get a lot of clicks. >> blaming the voters is too far. now to marco rubio after the rest debate when he used the
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same scripted language and the exchanges with chris christie, he got a lot of bad press and started to do a last interviews and here is one with abc. >> maybe that was a mistake because what it did, it moved me to a message that pivoted away from the question and led to this perception i tried to ever spray. >> i underestimated the impact of that bad debate on marco rubio but he had three days of being called every name in the book by the press how much did that hurt? >> this week it hurt very much and the debate we had last night he did a pretty good job but the come so far out of this debate has been marco rubio was not tackled and going into the debate he needed to do some tackling not just doing a good job but above that. >> it is interesting, simon rosenberg, marco rubio held 45 press conference on the plane, giving a lot of interviews and when the candidates are in trouble, suddenly the accessibility to the journalists
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opens up because they feel like they need the press to get the message. >> clearly marco rubio completely changed strategy. he had a devastating day through that debate. he could is won new hampshire, he was on the path to win. the debates have been very consequential and played a major role and tv ads do not have so big a role. the thing we have to learn is the debates really matter and trump, for example, he is interesting, entertaining and that is part of politics. we cannot dismiss that. the other politicans, many are barring and trumps that overhas redivide the terms of a presidential candidate. >> especially rubio because the strongest moment has been debates and those have been what he has been praised for. for him to stumble in a debate... >> now the breaking news of the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia supreme court,
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leader of the conservative wing of the court and was a major league republican figure. i found it stubbing following this on twitter 20 minutes after we learn he died, this debate break out about would president obama get a chance to replace him? would the republican-controlled senate block that? what are your thoughts? >> certainly there have been public figures who died in the age of social media but nothing this consequential in the context of a heated presidential election so this was a social media phenomenon, not the main stream news organizations pushing out fully formed article but people saying this is earth shattering and it gets the cavalry going and it was shocking. it happened so quickly. i don't think we know the cause of death yet. >> to reflect open his life whether you agree with him or not is out the window. >> exactly. what i found fascinating and troubling about the slow leak
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that he passed away, there were local news affiliates that break it and the national media circled around that for half an hour or 45 minutes trying to determine whether the local news outlets were right. this is abc news affiliate in stone and people were not necessarily go to believe it. now i am wandering, unless it happens and a.p. reports it does it happen? >> great point of who is trusted. as far as the legal back-and-forth and mcconnell say he will not vote on the nominee, if this was a republican president, wouldn't conservative commentators say he should get the nominee and if it was a democratic-controlled senate the liberals would take other side it seems like partisanship? >> in some ways but the controversy thing is what mcconnell did, nothing controversial about the president saying i have an obligation to fill a vacancy of the supreme court. this is part of what happens and
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been going on for hundreds of years. the controversial thing that caused the media storm last night and today is mcconnell not following a decent interval jumping in --. >> if it was harry reid not giving george w. bush a vote would you say 9 same thing? >> there is no precedent for what happened with mcconnell and we voted in ron's last year, 97-0 to give, which mcconnell voted for and participated in, so the controversial part, mcconnell should have waited and allowed there a decent interview and hebrew it. >> much more media coverage of this i am sure and i will have more to say about antonin scalia later in the program. with hillary clinton in trouble why did the media dismiss bernie sanders so long? trish regan on why the media go haywire over new hampshire.
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>> just returned from the snows of new hampshire and nothing like the first-in-the-nation primary. i have trish regan wrote grew up in new hampshire. you have moderated two presidential debates on sbn, how did cbs do? >> it was challenging for him. i think that there were times where he might have been a little bit overwhelmed. it is not easy. you are trying to coral the big personality, the big egos and with each and every debate the stakes are getting higher and higher and higher. what we saw was a little bit of
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him struggling to keep the thing moving on. you have to keep moving to the next subject. it is part of your duty to your viewer to not let them duke it out too long. a little bit of that is good, right, good theater but keep moving the conversation forward. >> you that is the question, i thought dickerson asked good questions with a lot of research and details but i heard some say he lost control but if ted cruz and donald trump are going after it over would lied about this or that or donald trump and jeb bush why not let the audience see the guys going toe to toe? >> yes, there is a certain part of that theater that you want. the danger is that you can get mired in all of the mud slinging and it becomes a circus. while you may want some circus because it is entertaining you want to hit enough issues. and you are keeping things moving forward. at some point, the viewers are
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saying "enough," it is too much. look, we deal with this all the time in cable news. could you have a series of guests that start fighting and you have to know when to say "enough is enough." >> i will say enough, we are moving on and there is no audience to cheer and boo as in south carolina. >> having grown up in new hampshire what is it about the state, the culture, and the primary, where it is paradise for reporters? >> one of the best thing about new hampshire is it is so small. right? you have an opportunity as a candidate to get out and literally shake everyone's happened. you can make your way back-and-forth across the state and this is what the candidates did. kasich did this incredibly well. that is why he got second-place showing. all the reporters you can get in the car and drive define the different cities in 30 minutes and see the candidates up close.
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>> yes, for reporters it is wonderful because everything is a short distance. this is an accessibility in new hampshire both from the journalist's perspective and the perspective of a resident you don't have in other places and other races so that makes new hampshire special. as a journalist, talking to the people, that is something i enjoy. they take that responsibility as vetting the candidates, very, very seriously. they have spent a last time looking at all of the the candidates and all the issues and they will tell you exactly how they feel. >> half a minute, the rationale for a small and unrepresentative state having the first primary after iowa caucus is because of this emphasize on retail campaign but donald trump did not do the things, he had big rallies and a division campaign, did that undercut it, the role
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that new hampshire plays? >> i think to a certain extent it did. he flied in and my little hometown, he had 5,000 people show up to hear him speak at the high school that is a lot, 5,000 anywhere in new hampshire is a lot. he held the big rallies, got in, got out, a different type. but this is a different year use well know. he is a different kind of candidate. regardless of not be there and having the coffee down at street at mrs. smith's house he galvanized all of the voters. >> different year, different candidate and new hampshire, different outcome. trish regan, great to see you. >> any time. >> and next, a reporter who took attention from a hillary aide.
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>> and a major shift in campaign coverage since the new hampshire primary and we had the new company look at major mainstream outlets in the three days before the tuesday primary and donald trump very much sharing the spotlight with his rivals and we see almost 6,300 mentions for trump but 4,500 for marco rubio with all of the buzz coming from iowa, and more than 2,400 for jeb bush and ted cruz with 2,600 and john indicate ice down here with over 1,400. look at wednesday through friday, after the primary, trump is huge again at 8,000 media mentions, which is more than twice as much as any other candidate. ted cruz next up with 3,200 media mentions and kasich rising to third place with over 3,000, a lot of chatter after the second-place showing in new hampshire and jeb is here at we 2,700 and rubio after the disappointing showing in new hampshire, sippings to
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under2,500. the biggest changes in sentiment, positive in green and negative in red. donald trump was 57% negative coverage the best he has been in our data 64% negative as the others ganged up on him. marco rubio was at 72% negative before the primary and the press hammered him over the robotic debate performance but he has improved at 68 mrs. negative and jeb bush was at 69% negative, again, before the primary and that now has jumped to 76% negative and he is more in the line of fire. >> chris matthews loves to bash republicans but on msnbc he got shockingly harsh toward ted cruz >> there is a troll like quality to ted cruz operating below the level of human life. >> chris... >> we are going to try that. >> can i have an opinion?
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>> not that opinion. >> below the level of human life, was too much even for joe, he can be passionate and as partisan as he wants but stay away from this language. >> another sad chapter on why people think the express too close to hillary clinton a former took dictation from hillary clinton's long time spokesman while she was secretary of state according to e-mail obtained he told journalists that he could get an early copy of the speech for the council on foreign relations if he described it on his own as muscular and did not say he was blackmailed and followed the orders in describing the dress letting a flak choose the adjectives and he was made uncomfortable then and now. for good reason. next on "media buzz" hillary clinton manages to lose women in new hampshire, what happened to the media coronation? and mary katharine ham on a conservative commentator's role in a presidential debate.
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>> mrs. jumped into the race against hillary clinton and he was treated as a dark horse a long shot said "new york times" and "fat chance." but one found that abc world news gave donald trump 81 minutes in the first 11 minutes and bernie sanders got 20 seconds then he tied hillary clinton in iowa and decimated her in new hampshire landslide and they face off days later in a pbs debate. >> given what you and senator sanders are exposing expanding government is it fair for machines who fear government, to fear you? >> now but it is absolutely fair and necessary for americans to vet both of our proposals. race relations would be better
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under a sanders presidency than they have been? >> absolutely. because what we will do is say, rather than giving tax breaks to billionaires, we are creating millions of jobs for low onincome kids so they are not hang out on street corners. >> we back with the panel. everyone in the media is expecting hillary clinton to lose new hampshire but i am not they expected her to lose female voters by 11 point s she everestimated as a candidate? >> they underestimated bernie sanders, he has been extraordinary. as a republican, someone who is supporting jeb bush watching this playing out is collecting strength for what it will look like in a general election. both are looking beatable in the fall. >> simon rosenberg hillary clinton was talking of tax incentives and government programs and proposals and her message is about government and the nuances and bernie sanders
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is talking about revolution. do you think the press needs to wake up to the sanders phenomenon and take it more seriously? people are say there is no way he can win. >> and people said that about trump. the campaign for bernie sanders is strong. raising money. doing servicery media. it is not a good fly campaign anymore. they hold their own against the clinton machine. it is hard new for the media to cover the race the way they were move now into over 20 states and there is only one more english language debate between march 15 on the democratic side so the media will be challenged now if they can have a cover of a competitive race. >> hillary clinton has done selective tv but she has not held a press conference with the reporter whose traveled with her for two months does that create tension with the press corps? >> absolutely. it is a phenomenon just in the
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world of press because you see she is doing local media, taking a page from donald trump and calling into the talk shows but as far as the bubble live in these are people would travel with her, sacrificing their personal time and it is hard not to feel slighted if show does not take director questions. when bill clinton is here, if you shout at him, he will respond to you. he will answer your questions. there is also a concern among the clintons with trump going there on bill clinton's sexual history and the right wing press you never know who is there, they yell the questions and everyone picks its up. so they have an extra layer of wanting to buffer themselves. >> were the media short sides in deciding that a 74 socialist
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senator not even a democrat was not viable? what about wanting free college and free health care, and raising taxes on the middle class which will save on the insurance premiums he said is there enough exploration by the press of his position? >> it is so funny listening to you and simon talk when you say "sanders," you cannot the word "trump," and it is the same. >> you see it as parallel universe. >> both are candidates from the outside, nerd have been exposed to the same amount of scrutiny a typical republican or democrat more establishment candidate. >> i push back on that because trump became a phenomenon there are a lot of negative media stories and athat isis of where he stands and it seems to slide off of him because his supporters do not care. >> i fundamentally disagree. with donald trump he has had four bankruptcies. >> his companies. >> i don't see pieces on what the bankruptcies meant in materials of the court filings
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and who did not get paid and we have not looked how many people have been fired by the man as he tried to save his neck going through the bankruptcies and not use his own personal wealth so make sure his wealth was saved. >> as far as bernie sanders if everyone thought he who wins, you would have a very intense deep dive stop, some have obviously dipped in on trillions of dollars spending he is proposing and all of that and i know you support hillary clinton but they have to be frustrated that the press is not giving sanders the viable scrutiny. >> there are two parts to that. one, the republican campaign has done a terrible job in their opposition research against trump. some of the media does not did this on their own they get help. clinton campaign took never took him seriously and did not do their research and it is
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changed. there is more rough stuff of him in the last week but, also, good thing about the civil right history and we are learning more about him. this is a different stage, a different stage of the campaign. >> originally they were going do have six debates and now hillary clinton wants more debates and four have been quickly added. let me ask you of your reporting because it was bill clinton who took a whack at sanders supporters and the sexist things they said on-line, the bernie "bro's." did you run into any? >> i ran into people who were head along into the group and there was a big party gathering in new hampshire and inside you saw some of the atmosphere of the bernie bros and booing the female guests but it was ugly outside and this is why the
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clintons at that time were so incensed, what was happening in materials of the (o) -- online taunting came on the streets men getting in the face of hillary clinton's supporter use the words we have seen that i will not repeat online. >> on air. >> it came into vivid color. >> we will censor that for now. >> thank you all. >> mary katharine ham on the pressure of joining presidential debate while taking the new baby. and, later, the journalist who led a hillary clinton aide write his story. listen up! i'm here to get the lady of the house back on her feet. and give her the strength and energy to stay healthy. who's with me?! yay! the complete balanced nutrition of great tasting ensure. with 9 grams of protein and 26 vitamins and minerals. ensure. take life in!
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contributor. mary katharine ham welcome. >> thank you. >> what were you trying to bring with your questions that would clear things? >> you are walking a lot of lines. i got a couple questions and trying to bring out the fill' school divide among folks on the right, certainly the populist strain and you have the ideological strain which i am more part of, and i wanted to talk about that. for instance, a perfect example is donald trump saying i will change washington, dc, because i. the consummate deal maker and ted cruz said i don't make deals and picks on donald trump for say he will make the deals. what is the way to fix washington? do pure deal -- fewer deals or month? that is what everyone in the going provide marry is wrestling with. >> i have said i don't think the rnc should brush the news organization in adding a token conservative, i am glad they pick someone like you. did you feel lick a stranger in
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a strange land? >> it is a different expense but i do think they gave myself and the local an congress a lot of room to run and not a ton of vetting of questions, and go for it and i appreciated that and writing the different perspectives in letting them have a little bit of "leash," is the way to go because you mix it up. are they as good as ducking the questions as from the anchors? >> that is line you walk. i don't look to booby trap something but looking for something different than the stump so you want to add something that could bring out something different. they are still pretty good at it. they will take a turn. also, you don't want to be the guy jumping in and making it about you while they are doing their thing. but you do not want a stump
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speech. >> now, were you nervous on the big stage? >> actually, when the camera came on i thought, everyone at home, my family and friends are extreme nervous for me and i. look so relaxed they stop being nervous so i was working very hard not to look nervous. >> you may have succeeded. >> let me ask you this question that just popped up in the south carolina primary, donald trump using certain proceed fin words and we dance around on television and now he said he will stop that. his fans love that stuff? >> it is the difference between candidates we have seen in the past and donald trump he does not follow the normal rules and is a brand, and that "brand," is non-pc and british and throws out the kind of words. you can be non-p.c. and not cuss. when you do it in new hampshire he did not pay a price as oh
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often does not for break rule, in south carolina it could be different. marco rubio is going after him for that reason and we are southerners, when we play beer pong we wear directions and heels and this is comportment so they will react differently so maybe that is why he is hanging up the cussing hat. >> back to the debate you had your new baby. how do you juggle that? >> my mom came up with me they flew her up and she had her back stage and my mom was in the hall but did not see the debate because she was watching the baby in a work out room. so, it worked out well and i was able to have her close by and that is something that is very cool to have an organization welcome a nursing mom of a newborn to a big event with something that could potentially require a last juggling and it is a big deal and i have an easy baby. god bless her the. >> million to the rescue. a lot of media attention about
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the tragedy, your husband killed five months ago in a bicycle accident while riding and many wonder how you bounce back from that? >> when something like that happens i have seen what i hope will be the worst thing i have seen in my life this tragedy and jake would not want me to turn down opportunities and three would not want me to be scared of life and i am determined not do that for myself and as a model for my kids with a lot of people. but when something like that happens and you look at seven presidential candidate in front of millions of people, there is from freedom, well, what is the worst that could happen? i have been through the fire and there is strength in that and freedom in that. it helps i have been training against bill o'reilly every week for many years because there is anyone who will prepare you better going toe to toe. >> he was the sparring partner?
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>> media had a new debate often feminism and politics after albright said this to rally support for hillary clinton. >> there is a special place in hell for women who doesn't help each other. >> and gloria steinham. >> you are young, you think where are the boys.
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aural bright apologizeds and why did it strike such a nerve? >> this debate is exposed what is a feminism generation gap. for albright i said in the middle of this gaffe, for her i saw an older lady who had the signature line that she was out of the public eye for a while, and resurrecting it for a few laughs and does not see the media storm. for younger women, seeing this for the first time, they said this is a reprimand and not only a reprimand but in terms of the comments insulting my intelligence. since hillary clinton campaign, she has built the campaign around running on women's issues in a way she does not. she thought they are saying what they really thing that we should vote for her because she is a reminder would. that is not what they were saying. >> did you run into albright? >> i did and she had really legitimate reasons for coining
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that phrase and she has been through the mill and she share add little bit of that with me and at that time, really, did not see the harm in making a little quip. >> i have seen it criticized even by liberators. it is insulting to suggest that women -- clearly not the moment. >> misnumber put out a picture the other day showing the political correspondence of the campaign and they are all women. is it different expense we are so beyond the era of the 1970's with "boys on the bus." >> i was not there for boy on the bus and i am here for girl on the bus and was there for the transition period so to say, it is a different experience, absolutely. seeing that step confirms what i was feeling and prior to that they had done a political story of all the women covering hillary clinton's campaign, i
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remembered the days of covering the white house under george w. bush and the pool, the reporter whose travel with the president were all men and it was a handicap in my case that...i cannot get myself interested in sports and there was sports analogy and nicknames and locker room chatter and it has changed is dramatically in a couple of cycles. ais it unfair to say, look at all of the women covering hillary clinton will they give her a break? thank you is the criticism i was shocked under the picture of all of us women covering hillary clinton. i was shocked because since the beginning of time it has been an all male press corps covering male candidates and no one would ever think to level that kind of criticism and certainly i can tell you it was the first time that occurred to me we would give her preferential treatment considering the mail stories of the summer and how hard she was battered by the press. athank you, heidi przybyla for bringing the gender balance.
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the difference has been incredible. (vo) purina pro plan bright mind. nutrition that performs. are you contank rouse? >> are you cantankerous? >> those are criticisms of opinions not of my colleague. >> the press loves to cover antonin scalia not just because he was the intellectual leader of the supreme court conservative wing but he was good copy. he died year was fierce, colorful and funny and so man ups write in dense language scalia would go off against legalistic argl. voted to uphold flag burning as free speech but if he was a king he would take sand el wearing idiots who burn it is put them in jail. no wonder reporters lovered to clear emand when the high court cleared the way for same-sex marriage, said giving the
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lawyers any attention does not deserve it. >> he was approved 98-30 -- 98-0 but he was chummy with the left leaning media, on the george opportunity party circuit and kick around the issues with the four the estate. we last chatted at the white house correspondent dinner and three was the death of katie couric and loved to be there and be social. >> and he loved the spotlight and would love the coverage of his passing, antonin scalia was 79. >> that is it for "media buzz" and i am howard kurtz in washington. we hope you enjoyed the program, we hope you like our facebook page and we respond to your e-mails. ask a media question, or a comment and i will respond and you can zvr the show so we get rating in the middle of 9 crazy campaign, next we will have the
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south carolina results the fight before we come on the air and back next sunday morning at 11:00 and 5:00 eastern with the latest buzz. >> today, the jew dish administration of supreme court justice antonin scalia and the fierce political battle to replace him. >> i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibility to nominate a successor if due time. >> again candidates spend to scalia's death as they duke it out in the fight for south carolina. >> we not giving up the united states supreme court for a generation by allowing rebound to make one more liberal appointee. >> i wish the president would thing not nominating somebody. >> after marco rubio's damaging debate performance last week. >> this notion that president obama doesn't know what he i

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