BRET BAIER said we in the media "are not a sympathetic bunch" and President Trump and his team want to "break the china" and shake things up. COREY LEWANDOWSKI said reporters want to "make the news" and if they can't report fairly on a Martin Luther King bust in the Oval Office, "what makes us think they'll be fair about anything?" MOLLIE HEMINGWAY said it was wrong for a CNN journalist to describe the women's marches as "rejecting hate and divisiveness." But ERIN McPIKE said Sean Spicer's scolding of the press was "troubling," and JOE TRIPPI said Spicer needs "the facts on his side" if he's going to attack the coverage about crowd size. SUSAN FERRECHIO said the press can't cover Trump fairly because "they've set themselves up as the enemy."
Your guest today made a good point about CNN people going in the wee hours of the morning and putting reserved signs on 8 front row seats and your snarky answer (with an equal snarky smile) was "everyone wants a good seat" and his surprised reaction was the same as mine, EIGHT? Look at the tape and see the smart a-- look on your face. I notice your same attitude when you are a guest on other Fox programs. You are no better than the other elite reporters you are always talking about. Cleanup your attitude!