“It was so nice to have a woman explain it to us in simple terms that we could understand. She didn’t try to use numbers or facts or anything hard. That was smart.”
By contrast, Sulzberger says he has “high hopes” for Baquet, Abramson’s replacement. “It’ll just be nice to chat while we’re side-by-side at the urinals,” Sulzberger tweeted Thursday. “Jill was apparently too good to have conversations over pee with me.”
Now facing the loss of another major underwriter, MSNBC president Phil Griffin tried to repair the damage and retain the backing of Cheerios as part of their complete breakfast spread of sponsors.
MSNBC interrupts Congresswoman for report on Justin Bieber
Baldwin’s punishment was initially going to be four weeks, but Griffin decided to reduce the sentence when the 30 Rock star got his gay hairdresser to vouch for him on TMZ.
“The world is a complicated place,” wrote Griffin, “Words like ‘facts’ and ‘truth’ have less meaning than they did ten or twenty years ago, and it’s becoming more and more difficult to live up to even the most lax journalistic standards.”
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NEW YORK — Chris Matthews’ explosive meltdown after the first Presidential debate in Denver was not only shocking, but also incredibly entertaining. Matthew’s hair was ruffled. His eyes were so wide and angry they looked as though they might burst out of his skull. Viewers could almost see his arteries exploding on his forehead. While the president’s performance was an utter drag,…