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"Usually after the microphones are off, or after the stories are filed, after the paper has been put to bed, people’s concerns, and fears and questions come out," Stelter said. Questions like these: Is the president of the United States a racist? And that's a fact." No, @Geraldo Rivera, I never called Trump a "mental case." I asked questions.
" Stelter's segment was met with a furious response from social media users, including Fox News' Geraldo Rivera.
The White House worked with Fox News to run a conspiracy story involving a murdered DNC [Democratic National Committee] staffer, a story you may remember.
Fox's reporting suggested that Seth Rich -- there he is -- his death last year may have been connected to the leak of DNC emails to Wikileaks.
Former Washington Post reporter Carl Bernstein, a frequent guest, has used the program as a platform to compare Trump unfavorably to Richard Nixon.
On at least one occasion last year, the former Watergate reporter described Trump as a "neo-fascist sociopath." Another frequent guest, liberal historian Douglas Brinkley, said Trump was "a sick man in the White House." "Look, we all know [Trump] is a neon billboard for, you know, overt narcissism, malignant self-love.
“Toxically shamed people tend to become more and more stagnant as life goes on.
He is best known for being the senior media correspondent for CNN.
He is also famous for being the former media reporter for The New York Times.
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CNN's Brian Stelter comments on a lawsuit being filed by Fox News contributer Rod Wheeler against the network, alleging that wealthy Trump supporter and fellow Fox commentator Ed Butowsky offered to pay him to investigate the 2016 death of DNC aide Seth Rich.
"Even though it's [only] allegations in a lawsuit, it's very eye opening because of the connections between Fox and the White House." "The lawsuit has some astonishing allegations about further coordination," he explained.