Skip to main content

About your Search

20090604
20171215
STATION
DATE
2017 6
LANGUAGE
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6
presidency," historians discuss the relationship between outs hamilton and george washington. >> washington is a horse whisperer. he himself is a person of volcanic temperament, but he learns early on to control himself. he learned self-mastery, and he is a horse whisperer who ms a very high strung, very skittish, very fast alexander hamilton. hamilton, when washington is not around, gets himself into a lot of control. >> for our complete american history tv schedule, go to c-span.org. reporters bob schieffer and cecilia vega discussed what it is like covering the white house in washington politics. this is just under one hour. story,: that is the next the host of cnn's "reliable sources," brian stelter. brian: thank you very much. there is a lot to talk about, even in reaction to what kellyanne conway with a in just a minute ago. with carrie budoff brown, next to her, david kirkpatrick, author of "the facebook effect," next to me is cecilia vega of abc, senior white house correspondent of abc, covering the trump administration, joined abc six years ago. sicilia, kellyanne co
violence in the middle east because george bush wasn't doing anything to the resolve the situation in the middle east but bill clinton was and there was no violence when bill clinton was president. i didn't like the premise so i pointed out that the violence began in 2000 when clinton put the status of jerusalem on the table. so i continued in an effort to shoot the moon when the violence began. so bush blames clinton for middle east violence. conde called me into her office and said i need to apologize. i said no i don't. after five minutes, i realized yes i do. so i marched myself into the oval, turned myself in to the president the, apologized. and then the second was in the war could be avoided if the iraqi people took it to their own hands in just one bullet there would not have to be a need for any military operation. >> when you make a mistake, you walk through it. i say this as a press secretary and somebody who is very proudly jewish. he should make clear it was a heartfelt apologies. >> what has surprised you? >> i have been surprised that it's relatively conventional actual
bicycle straight when george wallace iran and this year they hung some less clever but really nasty names on us. this is all part of the job. it is something that we all know about and expect. it's not that part to be taken seriously. but let's talk about this year's criticism. first the press accused of electing because he gave him so much pleasure. then, we were excused about missing the story because he did not take them seriously. finally, we were said to not really make much difference because trump used social media to go around us. as my boss said, you can pick your own adventure here but all three of those things simply cannot be true. and they're not. my own belief, opinion clearly stated, is that trump won because he played by new rules, broke all the old rules and discipline played by the old rules. he understood that and this is sort of obvious in retrospect but escher -like phone said most things are obvious in retrospect. he understood that if he offered himself to enough television programs he would be invited on some of them. that is precisely what happened. i disagree wit
and the 2000 campaign he was working for the enemy, a lisbeth dole before joining george w. bush and started to medications as a hill rat. but they have known each other since 1991. he worked fore, leon panetta. were friendly and our paisans and work i will together. it was relatively uncommon in those days but more now. it is a era long gone. >> how long were you with president bush? is the biggest mistake you made at the podium? jen: i can't think of one. to: watching what happened poor sean yesterday. i twice had to issue apologies and retractions for things i said at the podium. it is immense pressure. >> what was the other one? ari: that is right. april ryan, one of my favorite reporters asked me a question once about isn't bush to blame about the violence in the middle east, he was not doing anything to resolve the situation and ill clinton was in there was no violence when bill clinton was president. i did not like the premise of the question. i pointed out that the violence began september 2000 when bill clinton put the status of negotiation -- jerusalem on the negotiation ta
pointy headed intellectuals who couldn't park our bicycles straight when george wallace ran and this year we were given some nasty names. it's all part of the job. it's something we all know about and expect. it is not that part is not to be taken seriously. but let's talk about this year's criticism. first, the press was accused of electing trump because we gave him so much exposure. then we were accused of knitting the story because -- missing the story because we did not take him seriously. fortunately, we were said to not really make much difference because trump used social media to go around us. as my boss, david rose, says, you can pick your ownedded adventure because not all of them can be true. i believe trump won because he played by new rules, broke all the old rules and his opponent played by the old rules. he understand -- this is sort of obvious in retropick, but sherlock holmes says most things are own yaws in resident to expect. the said if he offered himself to enough television programs he would be invited to be on some of them and that's precisely what happened. i
pointy-headed intellectuals who couldn't park our bicycles straight when george wallace ran. and this year they hung some less clever but really nasty names on us. this is all part of the job. it is something that we all know about and expect. it's not that part is not to be taken seriously. but let's talk a little bit about this years criticism. first, the press was accused of electing trump because we gave him so much exposure. then we were accused of missing the story because we did not take him seriously. finally, we were at said to have not really make much difference because trump used social media to go around us. well, my boss said you can pick your own adventure here, but all three of those things simply cannot be true. and they are not. my own belief, opinion clearly stated, is that trump one because he played by new rules. he broke all the old rules and his opponent played by the old rules. he understood, and this is sort of obvious in retrospect but as sherlock holmes said most things are obvious in retrospect, he understood that if he offered himself to enough television
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6