- Small plane crashes, narrowly misses gas station
- Hitler’s phone sold for $243,000
TORI’S TRUMP TOUGH WEEK RECAP:
- AP Fact Check: Trump’s view at odds with events of the week
- Trump marks his first month with tweets, turmoil
- Trump’s first month augurs stormy trans-Atlantic relations
- 📌Among others, Gail King and Scott Pelley were the real journalist MVP’s with this genius journalist exchange:
KING: I was watching your coverage. I remember when you interviewed him before he became president, you said something to him like, “You know, Donald Trump, if you’re elected, running the country is not going to be like running a company.” And he said, “We’ll see.” “What is it we are “seeing”? <—(LoL at that rebuttal and question. Fun to watch. I laughed).
PELLEY: Well, you know, I doesn’t think he’s mad at the media.
KING: You don’t?
PELLEY: I think he’s mad at not being the boss anymore. Any president who comes in and he has to answer to the public. He has to answer to the Congress. He has to answer to the courts and the only thing Donald Trump done in his life is run a private, family company. I asked him in that same interview, I said, “Who tells you no?” Stumped him. He could not come up with a name of anybody who tells him no. But now as president, one of the most constrained jobs in the world, all day long people are saying, “Yes, sir, Mr. President, but you can’t do that.”
I was soooooooooooooo impressed while watching the interview, live.
Donald Trump is not @ at the media. Donald Trump is mad because he's not the boss anymore,he's the Apprentice
-Scott Pelley. CBSThisMorning pic.twitter.com/IQQMbdilHZ
— #OSFMag's Blog★ ♚Me. (@AngFrank_) February 17, 2017
↑ *insert “mad”
- Scott Pelley Lectures: Unhappy Trump ‘Mad at Not Being the Boss Anymore’
- CBS’s Pelley: Donald Trump’s Problem Isn’t the Media, It’s That He Can’t Follow the Constitution!
- Regardless of Chuck Todd’s feelings about Trump and his administration, when I watched this interview yesterday morning, I learned that despite his affiliation with Trump, Priebus is savvy, smart, and does a good job of separating his acumen from Trump’s messy.’ His interview and exchange with my guy MSNBC’s Chuck Todd was mad real. And I could tell that that interview established clear lines of respect between he and Chuck. Chuck respected him and saw him in a different light by the end of the interview. Excluding Priebus doing what he had to do and saying what he had to say for Trump, what I loved the interview. Over most anybody else in Trump’s administration, he has a she-in with Chuck Todd any Sunday “Meet The Press” morning [that he needs to]. 📌Reince Priebus: ‘We Don’t Know of Any Contacts with Russian Agents’
“I hate the press. I hate you, especially, but the fact is, we need you. We need a free press. We must have it. It’s vital. If you want to preserve — and I am very serious now — if you want to preserve democracy as we know it, you have to have a free and many times adversarial press. And uh… Without it, I am afraid that we would lose… so much of our individual liberties over time. That’s how dictators get started… / When we look at history the first thing that dictators do is shut down the press.” -John McCain
That was soooo poignant and essential. Gold star for John McCain.
- Louis Farrakhan slams both Democrats, Trump
- Democrats Invoke 25th Amendment, Question Trump’s Mental Health
- Trump tries to explain remark about Sweden amid confusion
- Singaporean PM, hosting Netanyahu, endorses ‘two-state’ plan
- The government failure at the heart of the Oroville Dam crisis
- Chilling video shows alleged assassins striking N. Korea leader’s sibling
- Parents Ordered By Government To Destroy Doll That Can Spy On Children & Adults
- SPECIAL REPORT: Mother of MSU Gymnast Speaks out on Dr. Larry Nassar