'The Talk' creator Sara Gilbert said farewell to the CBS talk show on Friday. Check out what she said in her farewell and how her co-hosts reacted.
"Please don’t put in my mouth that I’m going to paint all Democrats as socialists," McCain said on "The View" Wednesday.
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg appeared on CNN Wednesday morning, just hours after his performance in the network’s Democratic debate drew a lot of attention … to a smudge on his forehead. “Our best guess is there were these little kind of gnats around,” he told New Day anchor Alisyn Camerota. “Maybe I smushed one and it got on my forehead? I don’t know. I didn’t know about it until after; that’s the thing about having something on your forehead.” He added that he hoped it didn’t distract from delivering “the message about what’s at stake” in the election. What is that smudge on Buttigieg’s forehead?? CNNDebate pic.twitter.com/UGaGgPqYbf – davidfilms (@davidfilms) July 31, 2019 Across Twitter Tuesday night, viewers posted evidence that it did seem to distract them. “Has Buttigieg always had that thing on his forehead,” wondered one user. Another wrote of the forehead smudge, it “is the only thing I, a voting citizen, care about and no one is addressing it.” Pete Buttigieg says the smudge on his forehead during the debate may have been a gnat he killed https://t.co/Gw8fPPngXl pic.twitter.com/e7mfKHNj20 – CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) July 31, 2019 Read original story Pete Buttigieg’s ‘Best Guess’ for Smudge on Forehead...
“Cameron Crowe asked me hard questions. Life is hard. Mistakes are hard. Death is hard. There's lots of hard s*** in life. And we didn't want to duck any of it.”
Meghan McCain questioned Pete Buttigieg's absence from the post-debate Spin Room and called it "an unusual choice."
The actor, who is currently starring as Atticus Finch in Broadway's "To Kill a Mockingbird," ripped into Trump, his supporters and members of the GOP.
Fox News opinion hosts struck back against Pete Buttigieg after the South Bend mayor publicly called them both out Sunday evening on Fox News during a town hall with Chris Wallace.In their first broadcasts since the criticism, neither host held back.“Well obviously he is a slippery demagogue,” Carlson said noting, the mayor’s favorable positions on abortion rights.Later on that evening, Laura Ingraham said the mayor needed a “reboot-igieg,” noting that he was “oblivious about his own deficiencies as a candidate.”Also Read: Fox News' Brit Hume Claps Back at Trump Over Tweet About Network's Pete Buttigieg Town Hall“Last night, he appeared on this network for a town hall event in front of a studio audience that included a lot of supporters,” Ingraham said. “When he wasn’t pushing for tax increases or lobbing lame cheap shots, he was trying to pass off political pablum as some kind of high-minded oratory.”“I think somewhere Cecil Rhodes is muttering he wants his scholarship back,” she added, making reference to the mayor’s Rhodes scholarship. “Buttigieg is but another creation of a media apparatus desperate to oust Trump … he showed this unattractive strain last night.”A rep for Buttigieg did not immediately respond to request for comment from TheWrap.On Sunday, the South Bend mayor bucked many liberal voices in his own party by attending the town hall. In addition to getting an unfiltered opportunity to air his policy ideas to Fox News’ audience, he also explained why Democrats have been reticent to show up.“A lot of people in my party were critical of me for even doing this with Fox News, and I get where that’s coming from, especially when you see what goes on with some of the opinion hosts on this network,” Buttigieg said. “I mean, when you’ve got Tucker Carlson saying that immigrants make America dirty, when you’ve got Laura Ingraham comparing detention centers with children in cages to summer camps. Then there is a reason why anybody has to swallow hard and think twice before participating in this media ecosystem.”Wallace notably declined to defend his colleagues.Buttigieg is the third major Democratic 2020 presidential candidate to hold a town hall with the network, with Sen. Bernie Sanders and Sen. Amy Klobuchar going before him. And though some of Fox News’ opinion hosts were not pleased by the appearance, that position was not uniformly shared. On Monday, longtime channel political analyst Brit Hume said Buttigieg “may be the most impressive candidate I’ve seen since the emergence of Barack Obama.”Read original story Fox News Hosts Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham Strike Back at ‘Slippery Demagogue’ Pete Buttigieg At TheWrap
"I’ll be honest. I had to Google that," Buttigieg said. "I guess it’s just a generational thing. I didn’t get the reference."
The South Bend, Ind. mayor admitted that white male privilege may have contributed to his popularity, and noted that other candidates have a tougher road ahead.
On Friday’s "Fox & Friends," Rivera gave his thoughts on the current crop of 2020 presidential hopefuls.
“I’m not critical of his faith, I’m critical of bad policies,” Buttigieg said on "Ellen."
On "The View" Tuesday, when a conversation about possible Democratic presidential candidates turned to democratic socialism, Meghan McCain quickly got heated and lashed out at fellow co-host, Joy Behar.