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sure. >> that will do it for us. "media buzz" is up next. have a great weekend, everybody. >> on the buzz beatser the mainstream media and even liberal pundits portraying hillary clinton as badly wounded over the e-mails after the exchange with ed henry. >> do you like to surf? >> i don't know how it works digitally. >> i know you want to make a point and i can just repeat what i have said. >> this issue is not going to go away. >> nobody talked to me about it. >> is the press overdramatizing the damage to the democratic front runner? why isn't she doing more national t interviews? donald trump doing plenty of interviews driving the media
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coverage. again. with an immigration plan that ends birthright citizen help and he is grilled by bill o'reilly. >> do you envision several police kicking in the doors in neighborhoods around the country, dragging families out and putting them on a bus? for you envision that? >> i don't think they have american citizenship. we have to start a process where we take back our country. our country is going to hell. >> even trump seemed surprise all cable news it works carried the big alabama rally. >> why not cover me like everyone else they go the next day? when i speak it has to be live, it is not ridiculous. >> are they giving the donald too much air time? >> amazon is called a cyber sweatshop where colleagues are trashed and forced out if they develop health problems.
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there is strong denial from the spokesman. >> the founder and people who have been at the company for 10 or 15 years do not recognize the amazon that "new york times" wrote about. >> that it and incredibly compelling place to work. >> is this solid reporting or a smear against amazon? >> are the media really going to chase cheaters over the hack, of ashley madison? this is "media buzz" and i am howard kurtz. >> hick's strained relations with the press got worse this week as mail network blew up and journalists panning the performance at nevada news conference where ed hungry questioned her of the f.b.i. investigation into her private server. >> it was suggested this is your
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waterloo in your reaction. [ inaudible ] some are saying you have stonewalled and you should tell the american people you are sorry and wrong but you are talking about snapchats and blaming the public, isn't leadership about taking responsibility? >> look, ed, i take responsibility but that does not change the facts and no matter what anyone tries for say the facts are stubborn. what i did was legally permitted. number one. first and foremost. >> two inspectors generals say there are hundreds --. >> ed, you are not listening to me. >> as ed henry mentioned "washington post" columnist saying this is insulting our intelligence and conservative commentators denouned her. >> everyone knows she is not telling the truth. including people on her campaign yet she keeps doing it. it is a painful, painful thing to watch.
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>> she could be doing better frankly. she has been acting, servicing that clinton stereotype of havingable fortress around herself, being isolated and not giving enough answers rather than being candid. >> i think hillary clinton is a shell of a candidate were on the verge of political collapse. >> is the express going too far suggesting her campaign ship is singing? joining us with amy health remains and a.b. stoddard with "the hill," and fred san francisco -- and fred franses? terms are reporter and candidate how did hillary clinton and ed henry do? >> it is interesting you use the term "performance," the political media is acting more as theater critics and hillary clinton getting the razzy for
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worse press conference. but what about substance of the mail scandal. why use a private server? what is in the e-mails? what does it say about her as secretary of state and national security? >> reporters were trying to find that out. pundits talking about this news conference were focusing on her shrug and how she walked away and what is described as testy demeanor. does it matter? >> optics matter. reporters know in 1994 during the whitewater incident she gave a 72-minute press conference. >> pink press conference. >> pink press conference. the orange press conference here. in the pink press conference she was cool, unflappable, and reporters know she can be like that. here, she is defensive. she is hiding something. that is the image she is giving. that is what the reporters are taking away from it, she is hiding something. she needs to change.
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>> hillary clinton said, nobody asked about the maim, only the media types. is there a point? >> if she controls the audience she speaks to, yes, so far they are not asking but if you look at the numbers in polling it is serious. you talk to the democrats this is a serious issue. some are coming out publicly. we her comments from congressmen and senators who are concerned about pierance of dishonesty and how badly this is handled. she can say it is a medicinia driven thing but since march she has not answered the central question: why did you have a private server? what was the intent? what was the purpose? does it have classified e-mail? >> some aides pointed to a fox news report on two e-mails considered classified administration helping her defense but it was classified material in there. one sign that the camp could be getting nervous of how the story is playing out, when james
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carvelle surfaced. >> is all this part of a right wing conspiracy? >> mostly stupid media people and to other media people and spinning themselves up that will amount to a hill of beans. >> it seem like the mainstream media, him aside, has turned on hillary clinton not just on e-mails but in describing her as a lousy candidate. >> they have. you are see stories when it was just republicans attacking hillary clinton over benghazi, for example, the media could say this was a partisan food fight. a lot of the media say i was going to vote for her but after this performance i am starting to rethink that. >> and a year ago he would have been considering as working for her. >> she is becoming disappointing to the mainstream media that was intending to support her. at least privately. >> it is clear to the most
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liberal of reporter whose have been supporting her all along that her e-mail and this mail debacle and her mail would have been safer if it was entrusted to ashley madison. i make light of it but the fact is all the intelligence experts we have spoke were to say everyone in the world had access to the mail server but the american people and maybe the f.b.i. but we do not me if they will have access. >> what are the consequences of that? we have a candidate, a secretary of state, who exposed national security secrets for what? so we would not look at them? >> on the point about liberal journalists, today hillary clinton was called for secrecy and self righteousness in the form of an open letter saying, can't you do better? i reported six or seven weeks ago she would start doing more national tv interviews and this is what the top people told me. since then she has done two including one with univision.
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does that allow the pressure to build up so when she does hold ally any news conference this are all the unanswered questions. >> yes, because the central question as i said, has not been answered since march, she doesn't want to get into another combative yes and answer session over her server. when she holds pressers, she can go great ed to someone else, she can do her funny faces and her happens in the air and stammer and deflect but it is different one-on-one. >> are saying she is more vulnerable than a reporter whose what 15 minutes afternoon. >> exactly. >> ing in will help her. nothing will help her unless she makes or does a complete 180 the she really has to turn it around. >> i disagree. the plus side of sitting down with a reporter or five or six or seven anchors is people see more of her, she remember,
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maybe, some of them why they lied her in the beginning and she can make news other than responding to e-mail allegations. she has not made any news on anything. even with the policy speeches. >> but this is the problem with the department of justice investigating and they will look at the press conferences and one-on-ones to compare and contrast her statements compared to the evidence they v >> the reporters will forgive if she said she is sorry and changes her strategy here. we fell our clients if your strategy is not woring, if you lost the media that is covering you, you are have lost. >> she is taking a legalistic approach rather than dealing that a lot of people have suspicions on her handling but i know there are a round of stories including joe biden taking a more serious look and a meeting with elizabeth warren but she is a strong frontrunner.
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is the press swinging too far that she is about to thank? >> i don't think the consensus is she is going to tank. people have been coy that joe bide be would have an uphill battle if he chooses to run opposed to stepping in at the last minute. miami are criticizing me for saying this, it may not disqualify her but if she makes it to the general selection and she loses it will be because of the mail issue entirely. and from day one it was self inflicted, using jargon and be defensive with the bad body language and bad tone of voice is actually in the end will sink her. it doesn't matter what ed henry things. >> her campaign described this as nonsense a disagreement between two agencies over classification but the point is, that is a legal defense, it is not a political defense. >> each day reporters want
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access. the reporters covering hillary clinton whether they are conservative, liberal, or right down the line they have access and they have gotten no access. her doing an interview with ellen is not access. covering the story on the fringes and they are sick and tired of it. >> you don't think ellen will drill down on the maim. >> it is not working. polls show a majority of americans think it was wrong to use the private e-mail to conduct state business and i don't think she can do a mea culpa. >> is this exacerbated by the 25 years of tension when she was first lady and journalist whose have a long viewed her at as calculating. >> it lays into it and their relationship with her people and handlers and spokesperson who have been difficult and sent mails with a last profanity. >> liberal columnists are not
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set up with her history of being a clinton. her answers now are insulting and they are fed off and they are changing. >> i sat on this program and said that joe biden had no chance getting in the race. i retract that if this goes on. that is what will happen. >> official retraction from fred is a good time for a break. send me a tweak about this show and we will read the best messages later. @howardkurtz, and media buzz@fox a mixed media verdict on the private video showing black lives matter protesters confronting hillary clinton. when we come back, should television be giving donald trump such seemingly endless air time? art health's important... you may... take an omega-3 supplement... ...but it's the ingredients inside that really matter for heart health. new bayer pro ultra omega-3 has two times the concentration of epa and dha as the leading omega-3 supplement. new bayer pro ultra omega-3.
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why don't they just cover me like anybody else. every time i speak, it has to be live. it's ridiculous. >> donald trump with that big wally friday night in mobile >> donald trump at the rally. all three networks covered the same thick in alabama, are the media giving him a big fact gift worth zillions? >> trump makes news. the media and reporters we cover a lot of winners and get millions, and we cover train wrecks. donald trump is both. a winner and a train wreck. >> how is he a train wreck? >> if you listen to the speech --. >> you may not like what he says. >> i don't, but that is not the news. he is fresh, he makes news. he has something fresh to say. that is what being a journalist
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is. it is not -- he would do an interview with a high school newspaper. okay? that is how proactive he is. thank you is news. >> i partly agree with fred francis, being entertain and accessible trump has it in with the news cycle. it is something that other candidates could learn from trump on how to become more newsworthy figures. >> by being trump and as the fox news debate proves with 24 million people tuning in he is great for business. you are going do get more eye becauses if you put him on the screen. an example of that, i called my mom this week, chatting with her and, okay, got do go, trump's on. she doesn't even like him. >> i was on the kelly file and the set up for my informed commentary was nine minutes of
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sound on what donald trump said no other candidates get that. today, also, he phoned in to "this week," and "face the nation," and he phones in that candidates don't get or do. is galveston news disforcing this? >> when bernie sanders was amassing massive crowds and we had not seen he was not getting live coverage so the point is, yes, he is the magic dust, he is ratings and you cover it. >> trump goes on twitter and the comments are on the we couple, for example, a.b. he liked what the "washington post" wrote about the alabama issue but took issue with "politico" who he said covered him more inaccurately the he said a lot more people attended an events he did in phoenix than reported. >> he criticizes and compliments. although the supporters may not follow him, the media is. this is a certain level of
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detachmentried to be the leader of the tree world and if you cannot get off your ipad and comb through the coverage and take care of the nations much the world's business you have a problem. when will it cool down? >> he gets coverage the old fashioned way, earning it and all the other canidates can take lessons from how he can get in the news and make news. >> on that point, i thank fred and amy and a.b., and next, why the other candidates, the ones not named donald, are having so much trouble breaking law and getting coverage and the "new york times" describes amazon like a kind of sweatshop and they say the paper went too far. gas mileage, horsepower torque ratios. three spreadsheets later you finally bring home the one. then smash it into a tree. your insurance company's all too happy to raise your rates.
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getting much attention? well, when scott walker's campaign held a conference call of reporters, a press aide insisted on screening questions in advance. and when the wisconsin governor spoke to cnbc this week but refused to take a stanc t : iggest news he's made for some time was for this bloomberg video showing him throwing a pass. we will look at it in slow-motion. you can see the arm cocced and the ball going up? ouch. one more time. come on, that four-year-old kid should have caught it. an interesting contrast on the d side is bernie sanders, he give as lot of tv interviews but
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refuses to talk about hillary clinton. >> what i said is both the media talk about all kinds of issue but the most important issues. okay? time after time, i am being asked to criticize hillary clinton. that is the sport you like. i will not get into the game of sitting around attacking hillary clinton. >> the speak no evil approach is working for bernie because the press does not believe he has a shot and hillary clinton has done two national television sit downs one with cnn and one with univision. the bottom line, politicians have to earn media coverage and take a skill that trump has in spades, yes, the media overcovers we trump but he has mastered the art of making news. ahead, the massive leak on the ashley madison and will the media really "out," the millions messing around? pundits have mocked donald trump
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but are they finally, finally, starting to take him seriously?
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find anyone else of reasonable mind sharing. >> the cnn poll showing trump trailing hillary clinton by six points in a matchup, but are some finally taking the donald seriously? we have matt lewis and keli goff with the daily beast. matt, frump's immigration plan you may not like and the "new york times" and "washington post" rip it but he is touching a deep nerve the >> absolutely. look, the press, the media, still think he is a clown. the difference now is that we think he is a clown who very well could be the republican nominee. that is quite a change. keli goff, trump told george stephanopolis when pressed how the you implement the mass deportation and he said it is called management and you get great people but when he does this, whether it is the 14th
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amendment or john mccain or the fox news debate, we say he is going too far and he goes up in the polls. >> look, this story reminds me that i get asked by my conservative friends back in texas if there is liberal bias in media and i say not so much as laziness and follow the leader bias and i mean by that give years ago cbs poll found half of americans support considering ending birthright citizenship. the problem is, most who work in media go to the same dinner parties together, they tweet each other and they think, well, if he thinks the outlet is covering it that way we must cover it that way. that is the perception so the mainstream perspective is that you do not end birthright citizenship and they tapped into something by donald trump which the media has not been recovering the i whereabout this several months ago and got a
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backlash but in the "comments observation people said it make sense. >> when i watched oh rightly going at it i thought, well, maybe this debate is good for the country. >> there is that the argument and there will be a point of diminishing reports where he could have long lasting negative effects on the republican party and movement but in the short term there is no evidence that he has done that. what he has done is highlighted important issues that need to be discussed and debate asked we need to agency there is a disconnect gene what some conservative opinion leaders and media personalities think compared to the average americans. trump has been aside from being great ratings and great for business, he has helped humble the press. we have been wrong so many times about him he wasn't going to get in the race to me begin with.
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and he wouldn't file. >> on that point, i would say humiliated. "new york times" saying, why trump won't fold. it took flee reporters, three months, to figure out, this is not a flash in the pan. i would say it was obvious after two weeks. i mention a "politico" headline about alabama "trump, alabama and the ghost of george wallace," who ran as a segregationist which i not was unfair. let me play a soundbite, governor governor of msnbc setting up a segment about the donald. >> coming up, why people now are turning to psychiatry for the answer to the question, what's wrong with donald trump. >> isn't that condescending? >> but he says stuff people
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mostly do nut say outloud. >> so you need psychiatric analysis? >> maybe a better media coach. lawrence was having fun and he will not be the last reporter do so. the fact of the matter is, we all being entertained partly because he says things we consider crazy. that is part of the appeal >> i would not say we all consider crazy, sometimes he is over-the-top and sometimes, obviously he says things that have taken him to the top of the g.o.p. field and you have written what were of the public and the conservative movement of which you are part is falling for demagoguery in his case but he has done 68 we national tv interviews more in print and more online and if you are right, why isn't that obvious to everyone? why is it that you see demagoguery and a lot of people still like him? >> there is a reason why demagogs are popular. there is george wallace
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reference could be over-the-top but there is an element of truth to it. maybe well jennings bryan would have been a better example or huey long. there is a strain of a very angry populace not traditionally conservative thing happening with donald trump but having said that you have to recognize, this is a relative phenomenon. he has tapped into it. there are a lot of americans who are saying, finally, someone is saying this and the fact that he is willing to say things no one else wants to say and politically incorrect and, again, how many times have we written him off? the john mccain gaffe --. >> i have not written him off and i have been scolding the media for saying this. the liberal media, the huffington post still is sticking to the role say we will only cover him in entertainment
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section because he is a side show but the conservative media and that is hardly the only is is crazy over this fact. >> a louisiana governor said the only way i won't get re-elected if unless i am caught in bed with a black boy or a dead white girl and he was re-elected. >> we are not above electing people who say and do question am things. that is the reality of the situation. we have to cover it accordingly. >> white bore or dead girl. look, like any other candidate, trump needs media scrutiny and he has found a remarkable way to thrive and he towns it into an asset because he is running against the establishment and
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against those of us in the news business. >> is the press too early on black protests who stop presidential contenders from speaking?
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>> the protest group black lives matter is disrupting the rallies of democratic candidates and after hillary clinton met with the group a video of this was leaked to the media. >> i mean to say this is and has always been a problem of violence. it is not...there is not much we can do to stop violence against us. >> respectfully, if that is your position i will talk only to white people about how we are going to deal with the very real problems. >> that is not what i mean. what you said is a form of victim blaming. what the black lives matter movement needs to do to change white hearts --. >> look, i don't believe you change hearts. i believe you change laws, you change allocation of resources, you change the way systems are operate. >> keli, conservative media saying that was not a great moment. "new york times" news stories said she was spontaneous and passionate and not concerned of
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potential repercussions and the "washington post" saying candid and blunt. >> what is interesting, when black lives matter confronted we bernie sanders it was that it hurt them. he was attacked by the left and the right and this resulted in stories that were negative. he enjoyed a good required before that. hillary clinton clearly learned from what happened to sand wees and came across as forceful on the knowledge but expressed real compassion and understanding for it and that is why as a result i don't think she has been hurt so badly and the coverage reflects that. she learned from how badly this hurt sanders and she handled herself differently and it worked. >> matt, when she talks greater allocation of resources some are saying that is not how bill clinton would do it. >> no, you know what?
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she ain't bill clinton. she doesn't have a fraction of his charisma and likability and that is what this is. maybe it is a personality test but she came crass as hostile and pointing which is a horrible on the ice when you point at people and show came across horrible but, look --. >> go ahead, keli goff but i want to move along to this because we are short. why is the media not more critical of this group? i am not saying it does not have the right to protest or there are not legitimate issues on law enforcement but when you stop candidates from speaking, i am a free speech guy, why shoulding people down from speaking. >> they have a right to give speeches uninterrupts although everything is something i disagree with. but what i was doing to say to matt, i don't think bill clinton would have been bill clinton in the current media environment, he would have been in trouble on twitter, in trouble with black
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twitter and in trouble with --. >> i have to move on. matt, and this group said when all lives matter it is violent statement, is there a fear of media to criticize this group for appearing racially insensitive? >> absolutely. here is the untold step or the undertold story. we have seen on the right, there is a split on this, the left have been disciplined under obama, in general, and now you are seeing this on the break on the left. keli? >> matt is not the target audience for hillary clinton and the media coverage reflects that. she actually won this encounter and it was a positive media encounter because i hear from others, they are saying she
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handled herself well so it was a win. >> get to go, keli goff and matt lewis a huge debate over "new york times" story on amazon hyper competitive culture. while every business is unique,
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a lengthy "new york times" investigation portrays amazon as a highly successful company with a cut throat culture, one where their desks and bad-mouth their colleagues, where executives purge the bottom tier of employees each year and workers are penalized for medical problems. >> we talked to the mother of a stillborn child who as soon as she came back to work was told
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she was going to be monitored for her job performance. she felt the company wasn't giving her time to recover. >> amazon founder, jeff bezos decried the quote, shockingly callous management. he says he doesn't recognize the broader portion of amazon and no such callous company could survive in the tech market place. joining us from san francisco, sara lacey, editor in chief. let's start with the journalism. is it difficult to pull off a piece like this with more than 100 interviews, many on the record involving such a secretive company? >> it's incredibly difficult. amazon is one of the hardest companies to report on right up there with apple during the steve jobs years. i think they did a tremendous job. and i think it showed how relevant the "new york times" still is. look, when you are a still print publication out of new york, with, you know, several hundred person newsroom and you turn the
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tech world on its ear this much, you freak out the tech world. you know, you're still a powerful news organization. possibly even more so as other ones have died, you know, and fallen away, the new york times looks even more powerful than it did newsroom still has more than 1,000 journalists. the "washington post" owned by jeff bezos had a pretty stepied foll -- pretty tepid follow-up. a tech company with a sweatshop environment because amazon has a pretty good reputation among its customers? >> yeah. what freaked people out about that were two things. one, we've been sold this idea that tech companies change the world and provide these great perks and, you know, free dog walking and meals around the clock. >> yeah. >> and, you know, so we don't expect this from a tech company, but amazon really isn't a tech company. i mean, it's two companies. it's a sort of small tech company, and a lot of those guys at the top, the people who are commissioning movies for amazon and doing a lot of the more creative very high-level tasks,
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i'm sure they don't have this kind of work environment, but then beyond that, this is the world's largest retailer. we would not be shocked to hear about these things coming out about walmart. we think of amazon as a tech company, but it's on track to be a $1 billion retailer, and how do we think this company can get us everything in the world for the lowest price and get it delivered to us the second we think of it? never seen a retailer that brutally efficient that's a friendly place to work. >> right. >> the second thing that freaked people out about this article is there's been exposes about work at amazon before, but they were blue collar jobs. they were stories about 100-degree heat and paramedics being outside to take people to the hospital. >> in the warehouse. >> when they fainted in the warehouses, but this was the first one about white collar workers, and i think a lot of people who read the times and comment on these things on twitter were like, oh, this is people like us. >> right, right, and, you know, by the way, the "new york times" newsroom, not always the easiest place to work either under
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certain editors of the past. >> i was going to say, what i was reading this it reminded me of coming up at "business week," i cried at my desk a lot. >> so it's not limited to companies like amazon. who hasn't cried at their desk sometime. interesting in terms of the spin, jeff baizeios troubled by some of the anecdotes didn't recognize the company but didn't say anything was factually inaccurate which is the ultimate test whether a piece is bulletproof. >> here's the thing. if you talk to really great ceos, and i think bezos would add mitt this, too, it's not just about what you say. article talked a lot about the principles and how they have been carried to the insane extreme. it's about what you don't say and a lot of times as a manager you can say one thing and how it gets interpreted and interpreted and interpreted down the line can lead to totally different ramifications of a company than you wanted so he may be telling the truth in saying he didn't realize this was going on. he doesn't recognize the company, but, unfortunately, it's still his fault.
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it's incumbent on him to be really clear what he means by those principles, and if he means -- if he doesn't want this tonight company that he's in charge of, a data-obsessed machine that has no empathy for sick or mothers or no paternity leave, i mean, he can make choices. >> got to go. >> tech companies in silicon valley want to drive people, too, but they still have friendly policies because they know they have to retain talent. >> all right. got to go, sara. >> not as much competition for the workers with amazon up in seattle. >> still to come, your top tweets. the donald changes his view of a magazine and the hacking of ashley madison. 73% of americans try... cook healthy meals. yet up to 90% fall short in getting key nutrients from food alone. let's do more... ...add one a day men's 50+. complete with key nutrients we may need. plus it helps support healthy blood pressure with vitamin d and magnesium.
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donald trump is well known for ripping journalists and then, well, moving on. he mocks chuck todd as sleepy eyes on twitter and wound up sitting down with him on "meet the press" and just two years
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tomaszewski is known for ripping journalists and moving on. handout at a parking lot. the sad end is coming,e he is trump this week at a photo shoot. >> i am doing it for the cover of "time" magazine and i love "time" magazine. >> he has developed new respect for time's judgment in putting hill on the cover. now, time for the tweets. is tv news giving donald trump too much air time? >> in such time as too, he is winning by tellingly story and being proactive. >> he gets the air time he deserved. hick should get more. the death of journalism. >> harry, you are a business so you go where the ratings are. that is the bottom line. be honest. all is good. >> jim, of course, t news is tv, what made stars of the kardashians and duck dynasty. it is a freak show. >> hard to miss the nicia over hackers posting account information for ashley madison about having an affair. >> the story we following could
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spell trouble for the millions of users of the cheating website, ashley madison. >> hackers have made good on a threat to suppose millions of user of a dating website that indicators to people looking for extra marital affairs. >> tone because of hackers a lot of secrets are out. the f.b.i. is investigating. >> it is important to show we are vulnerable to invasion of online privacy. the cybersecurity reporter broke the story and said he has swamped by e-mails from desperate sounding people and he holds back information because "i'm not interested in making a bad swiss worse or enabling those to extort others." that is the dilemma, what we faced after the sony hack led to all kinds of stories about mays involving executives and movie stores and agents. why should the media report on people having affairs if there is no connection to public duties? the a.p. handled it well reporting on the thousands of people who use government or
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military e-mails, dumb, identifying some buy title including a technology staffer in the president's office and a justice department trial lawyer and so on but should the media contribute to breaking up families? we have our answer, with a report that an account was registered to, well a firm reality show start but of a large family and picked up by all kips of major news organizations and the person apologized. there is plenty of rule here for debate of infidelity and morality and p line dating and privacy without turning it into a blood sport. that is it for this "media buzz" and we hope you will like our facebook page. we post a history original content. you can e-mail us and ask a media question, do not give a political speech and i will respond to some of those. as for television, we are back here next sunday, 11 and 5:00
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eastern and we help you will join us as we talk about trump and hillary clinton and other subjects having nothing to do with politics back with the latest buzz. >> the controversy over hillary clinton's e-mails grows. can her presidential campaign recover? >> in retrospect it was not convenient. >> we will talk to the biggest critics, official united states attorney general about the investigation, michael mukasey. >> did you surf? >> with a cloth? >> i launched a snapchat account. >> love it. >> those messages disappear all by themselves. >> is the former secretary of state taking the investigation seriously? >> we will sit down with former congresswoman a clinton supporter and friend and new