1/16/2014 8:40 AM ET
Appearing on Wednesday's MSNBC Daily Rundown, NBC special
correspondent Tom Brokaw warned his media colleagues about their
excessive coverage of the Chris Christie bridge controversy: "I
1/15/2014 5:40 PM ET
Spinning liberal-friendly stories as the end of the world is a popular thing at ABC. Good Morning America's Jim Avila on Wednesday hyped the scandal involving Chris Christie as "traffic ...
1/15/2014 9:28 AM ET
Two months ago, MSNBC's Chris Matthews called Sen. Rand Paul a "pissant"
after Paul slammed as "offensive" New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's appearance in a
federally-funded tourism video ...
1/15/2014 12:40 AM ET
Chris Christie can forget all that hugging and mugging with Obama in 2012, as if that was going to inoculate him forever.
1/14/2014 6:40 PM ET
A gloating Chris Matthews on Tuesday appeared on The View and labeled the wounded Chris Christie as the "only" candidate who could have beaten Hillary Clinton in 2016. The Hardball anchor sneered, ...
1/14/2014 6:32 PM ET
While discussing Chris Christie’s bridge controversy, MSNBC's Jonathan Alter brought up the Obama administration’s IRS scandal. He remarked that the IRS matter "would still be a story" if there ...
1/14/2014 1:21 PM ET
Between Monday's Nightly News and Tuesday's Today, NBC
devoted ten minutes and forty-four seconds to coverage of the now
six-day-old controversy surrounding New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. ...
1/10/2014 4:55 PM ET
On Friday, CNBC correspondent John Harwood tweeted that Chris
Christie’s traffic scandal was “durably damaging” because it was a
“direct govt-on-citizen crime - not indirect like graft, not ...
1/10/2014 2:30 PM ET
In less than 48 hours, ABC, CBS and NBC deluged viewers with coverage of Chris Christie's traffic jam scandal, devoting a staggering 88 minutes to the story. In comparison, these same news outlets ...
1/9/2014 4:36 PM ET
On Thursday's NBC Today, political director Chuck Todd reveled in the wall-to-wall media coverage of the bridge closing controversy surrounding New Jersey Governor Chris Christie: "Welcome