Democrat 2020 hopeful Tulsi Gabbard took some time during the Democrat debate to slam hosts CNN and the New York Times over what she believes to be unfair coverage.
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Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is accusing the Democratic National Committee and the New York Times of essentially hijacking democracy. Her latest criticism follows a new article published by the Times this week, which profiles her as a presidential candidate backed by many right-wing voters.
The New York Times recently published an article calling for free speech to be curbed over online threats of violence. One America’s Meghann Dyke has more.
The Republican members of the House Intelligence Committee are not holding back after it was revealed chairman Adam Schiff may have gone over their heads with the whistleblower complaint.
House Democrats served Rudy Giuliani with a subpoena for documents tied to the president’s Ukraine call. The request was issued jointly Monday by the chairmen of the House Intelligence, Foreign Affairs and Oversight Committees.
The New York Times said they want to allow their readers to make their own judgments about whether the whistleblower is credible. The paper’s executive editor, Dean Baquet, said readers should know the whistleblower is a CIA officer with extensive knowledge about Ukrainian politics, who at one point worked in the White House.
President Trump is speculating on the identity of the whistleblower accusing him of being a national security risk.
The New York Times is receiving bipartisan condemnation for botching its article that takes aim at Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. One America’s Alex Salvi reports.
The New York Times may now be ensnared in a brewing scandal over its coverage of Jeffrey Epstein. One America’s Richard Pollock has more from Washington.