Monday Links and Open Thread

  • Megyn Kelly to host voter summit with four GOP candidates.
  • Friday’s numbers: Bret Baier-O’Bolling-Megyn Kelly 1-2-3.
  • Somerby: In his Trump town hall, Coop showed no will to engage.
  • Videos: The DoJ vs Apple… and
  • MoJo uh-oh: Trump tells Joe you had me ‘as a legendary figure‘. More.
  • Ariens: Hillary camp speaking to FNC re Chris Wallace interview.
  • Wemple: It’s fair for Hillary to duck Chris Wallace cuz…Tantaros?!
  • Some boycott: Fox News primary coverage again tops MSNBCNN.
  • Durkin: 2016, the year the media fought back against the candidates.
  • Abby Huntsman: How it feels the day your Dad drops out of the race.
  • Greta: This happens to all of us in television.  Richard Lui’s sideline gig.
  • Kilmeade video: about her baby, her beliefs, and more.
  • Ainsley Earhardt and FNC referenced in frivolous ‘spring break’ lawsuit.

24 thoughts on “Monday Links and Open Thread”

    • Eric can get on my nerves pretty easily, but to give the devil his due, when he hosts The Factor he usually has a good mix of guests, some of whom you don’t ordinarily see on the show. That said, I get to see a lot more of NCIS in real-time when The O’Bolling Factor is on.

    • And ratings should be back up by 800,000 to 1M viewers with Eric gone. The guy is poison.

      Notice today how that lowlife idiot had the nerve to attack Cruz over the “Bible thing” but he made no mention at all of Trump questioning Dr Ben Carson’s faith or Ted Cruz’s. He shills continually for Trump like so many on the network do…

      • On The Five, Juan was trying to make a point about how fewer candidates in the mix might help a particular candidate and Eric interrupted Juan saying he was so sick of hearing this scenario. Later Juan interrupted Eric. Eric told him not to interrupt. Probably a silly observation, but it ticked me off.

        • That was the same point Karl Rove made on FNC Sat & Gasparino on FBN. It ticked Trump off and he was attacking them on twitter. It’s true. Numerous candidates have gotten out and Trump hovers around that 35% ceiling.

          • i called the same here pre-rove. not like it is not obvious. in addition to the obvious is the Kasich resume for VP. Rubio will have great reason to choose Kasich, trump would require an Hispanic, but he will never be the nominee.

          • If much of the GOP electorate wasn’t in denial about HRC’s formidability, Kasich/Rubio would make more sense. Electability should be a bigger issue than it’s been so far. But that’s just me.

            Is the GOP making a huge mistake if they end up nominating Donald Trump who has even higher unfavorable numbers than HRC with her untrustworthiness baggage?

            Obviously, it’s too early to know for sure. But I do wish some Trump fans on Fox News would dial it back a bit.

  1. MoJo uh oh. The real take away for me was Mika saying something to Trump about deportation questions.
    Trump responds, “Nothing too hard, Mika.”

  2. Today’s most popular links:
    5 Ainsley opens up
    4 again tops MSNBCNN
    3 spring break lawsuit
    2 duck Chris Wallace
    And the most popular link in today’s links…
    1 Greta: this happens to all of us in television.

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