No one should doubt why Donald Trump verbalized the reality that Trumpcare passed by the House was mean. Joy-Ann Reid hits the nail on the head.
Joy-Ann Reid, unlike many, did not let a false civility for a Congressman who harmed many prevent her from her job, real journalism.
A part of good journalism is researching false statements and correcting the record after the fact if necessary. Joy-Ann Reid did just that.
WSJ’s Kimberly Strassel came with a talking point which does not work on a panel that gives time to refute. Joy-ann Reid used that time for the perfect rebuttal.
Joy-ann Reid, as usual, continued to give some of the most cogent analysis on political issues. She dissed the GOP talking point attempting to doubt the veracity of the Comey memo and laid out the map that will force an independent counsel. Watch her connect the dots. Joy-ann Reid strikes again with path to an […]
John Fugelsang never disappoints in the manner in which he describes the Trump litany of fiascos in simple terms many should understand.
Joy-ann Reid pointed out a reality that most failed to cover appropriately. The utter cruelty of the Trumpcare bill doomed it more than anything else.
Joy-ann Reid has a way with words. Her deconstruction of the Trump voter, in a nutshell, was masterful. Had Trump understood it Trumpcare would be different.
Trump spokesman Jeffrey Lord typically gets the upper hand in arguments. Joy-ann Reid took on fearlessly in a manner he could not refute.
Joy-ann Reid gave ex-Congressman J.D. Hayworth and host of Newsmax Prime as much latitude as she could but ultimately had to kick him off of her show.