Monday's HOT MIC
Either this is a really disturbing Freudian slip or MSNBC's Kasie Hunt read something off the teleprompter that wasn't meant to be said out loud. Either way, here's your totally unbiased media moment of the day:
Hunt later apologized without explaining what happened.
AG Sessions and other DOJ officials have thrown cold water on the FBI informant William Campbell's information regarding Uranium One and the Russians, saying that the case he was involved in was not connected.
But investigative journalist Sara Carter has seen a "treasure trove" of documents that shows otherwise.
What's going on here?
Fox News anchor and lawyer Gregg Jarrett adds some context:
Tune into Hannity tonight to see Sara Carter and Victoria Toensing provide details on this story.
Eight women have told The Washington Post that longtime television host Charlie Rose made unwanted sexual advances toward them, including lewd phone calls, walking around naked in their presence, or groping their breasts, buttocks or genital areas.
The women were employees or aspired to work for Rose at the “Charlie Rose” show from the late 1990s to as recently as 2011. They ranged in age from 21 to 37 at the time of the alleged encounters. Rose, 75, whose show airs on PBS, also co-hosts “CBS This Morning” and is a contributing correspondent for “60 Minutes.”
There are striking commonalities in the accounts of the women, each of whom described their interactions with Rose in multiple interviews with The Post. For all of the women, reporters interviewed friends, colleagues or family members who said the women had confided in them about aspects of the incidents. Three of the eight spoke on the record.
Meanwhile the social-justice noose tightens around the neck of Bill Clinton. The Democrats must really want Hillary off the stage and out of their lives forever:
Some further thoughts on media hack Glenn Thrush: he's also uncouth.