CHRIS WALLACE said he held mock debates in Las Vegas and that his toughest moment was asking about sexual misconduct allegations in front of Melania Trump and Bill and Chelsea Clinton. ERIN McPIKE said that Trump made news by not committing to accepting the election results, which makes it absolutely fair for the media to widely cover it. JOE TRIPPI said it was Trump saying he’d “leave us in suspense” that made that statement so alarming to the media. KELLY RIDDELL said this election has become one of “personalities over platforms” on both sides. In response to the Wikileaks Podesta emails showing coziness between members of the media and the Clinton campaign, ED HENRY said journalists are there to ask tough questions, period. And JOE CONCHA said that Hillary Clinton was just as personal and nasty in her jokes at the Al Smith Dinner, but Trump was in a room full of New York elites… a group with which he is polling considerably low.
The guest on your program McKinnon is wrong. He said Republicans should know their place, i.e. being abused all the time, and should just take it. That is why Republicans being abused all the time. GOP should use its weight and let all people including media know that you do that again you would be punished to no end.