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what some of the media was like. conish, the cnn commentator, call donald trump the george costanza of the presidential election. she called him a pathological liar know nothing he would never run. george will, who had the privilege of speaking here, actually quit the republican party over donald trump. george w. bush's speechwriter found trump so unpalatable that when he was on television, he actually defended torture as opposed to defending donald trump. this is just some of the mainstream media. and what we saw in the trump campaign was an individual who was willing to fight back against the media. the statistic that the media research center put out immediately following the election was a 97 percent of the voters said they did not let the media bias influence their vote. think about that. it wasn't that long ago, and many people in this room would remember it, when we received our news from three individuals at 6:30 at night. on abc, nbc and cbs. they did not try to make the news. they simply reported the news factually. you did not know if walter cronkite was a republican or a li
CSPAN
Aug 10, 2017 11:49am EDT
. the cnnsmerconish, commentator, call donald trump george castanza. george will who had the privilege of speaking here, quit over donaldan party trump. george w. bush speech writer unpallable, he defended torture. this is just some of the media.eam what we saw in the trump campaign was an individual who's back against the media. the statistic that the media that 97% ofter was not letrs said they did the media bias influence their vote. think about that. ago many that long people remember it, where we received our news from three onividuals at 6:30 at night abc, nbc and cbs, they didn't try to make the news. they simply reported the news factually. you did not know if walter cronkite was a republican or a democrat, or it liberal, they just had the news. now it is about a matter of clicks and getting your story out and becoming the news. this was evident yesterday when stephen miller had a press conference and got into an exchange with a cnn commentator, a cnn journalist, i guess, jim acosta. this has permeated the election cycle. we have seen time and time again where reporters want to
CSPAN
Aug 12, 2017 7:13pm EDT
like. commentator called donald trump a george costanza of the 2016 election cycle. the washington post jennifer rubin called him a nonsense nothing that would never run. george will actually quit the republican party. unpalatable that he actually defended torture as opposed to defending donald trump. this is some of the mainstream and what we saw was an individual who was willing to fight back against the media. the statistic was that 97% of the voters said they did not let the media's bias influence their vote. it wasn't that long ago and many people in this room would remember it where we received our news from three individuals at 6:30 at night. they simply reported the news. you didn't know if walter cong kite was a republican or democrat. now it is the news of -- the business of getting cliques and getting your story out. steven miller, the senior advisor of the white house got into exchange with a cnn journalist, a reporter. this has permeated the entire election cycle. we have seen where reporters want to be the news. magazine, arom time very fine guy. office,into the oval
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