CNBC’s John Harwood attended a dinner in 2015 hosted by Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair, John Podesta. Several months later, Harwood moderated a cringe-worthy GOP primary debate where he bickered with the participants. Afterward, he claimed in an email to Podesta that “the opposition party” had gone “off the rails” and that this vindicated his tough questioning of Donald Trump.
CNBC’s John Harwood attended a dinner in 2015 hosted by Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair, John Podesta. Several months later, Harwood moderated a cringe-worthy GOP primary debate where he bickered with the participants. Afterward, he claimed in an email to Podesta that “the opposition party” had gone “off the rails” and that this vindicated his tough questioning of Donald Trump. Mark J. Terrill Associated Press
CNBC’s John Harwood attended a dinner in 2015 hosted by Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair, John Podesta. Several months later, Harwood moderated a cringe-worthy GOP primary debate where he bickered with the participants. Afterward, he claimed in an email to Podesta that “the opposition party” had gone “off the rails” and that this vindicated his tough questioning of Donald Trump. Mark J. Terrill Associated Press

In this election, the media have shown they have the power – to embarrass themselves

October 22, 2016 05:01 PM

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