Fox News hosts at “The Five” responded to the press conference by four Congresswomen of color with outright sexism.
“Donald Trump won that press conference. Nancy and ‘The Squad’ lost. It looks like they want to victimize themselves even further,” said host Jesse Waters, saying “We will not be silenced.”
“I don’t think that’s the way to go against President Trump. You have to meet them on the same level,” Waters continued, though he didn’t explain what that meant. “They are continuing to play the victim and pout and now they want to impeach him for tweeting. They are saying he’s a white nationalist and he’s committing human rights violations and deporting all these people.”
Waters then went off using Trump’s argument that Obama was the real problem, not Trump.
Watch the Fox hosts below:
Facebook executive ‘helped quarterback’ his friend Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination for the Supreme Court
A new book reveals that Bret Kavanaugh had a lot of help for his seat on the Supreme Court thanks to Facebook.
According to the Daily Beast, a Facebook senior executive in charge of the company’s public-policy arm "helped quarterback" Kavanaugh's nomination. Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus authored a new book about the conformation of the disgraced justice.
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Billionaire Mike Bloomberg launches what ‘might be the biggest political ad buy of all time’: report
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So far, Bloomberg has purchased $19.4 million worth of ad reservations -- for just next week -- Politico reported Friday.
Politico interviewed Ben Taber of Advertising Analytics, which tracks television ad spending.
“This buy is MASSIVE,” Taber said. "I think it‘s going to be the biggest buy of all time" and it "seems like this might pass that for largest buy in one week."
Billionaire Walton family behind pro-charter school protest at Elizabeth Warren rally
The senator spoke with the parents who protested her education plan after the event.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's rally on Thursday night in Atlanta was interrupted by a group of parents protesting the Massachusetts Democrat's stance on charter schools—but the grassroots-appearing demonstration was reportedly funded by the billionaire Walton family, which has poured hundreds of millions of dollars into privately-run schools critics say pull money away from public education.