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And yet that continues to be the narrative that is fueling the press in their pursuit of Donald Trump. They can — using whatever power they think they have been granted by the First Amendment — go out and literally destroy people.
So the CNN guy stands up and effectively asks — I’m paraphrasing Jim Acosta — “Don’t you think…? Let Trump criticize the way they do their jobs, and all of a sudden it’s a constitutional crisis.
KEITH OLBERMANN: Yes, you talk about self-loathing.
GAROFALO: Yeah, and there’s, any female or person of color in the Republican party is struggling with Stockholm Syndrome.
"The press is going to hate him even more after this," Limbaugh said.
"When I say effective, I mean to rally people who supported him." Transcript, via Rush Limbaugh: RUSH LIMBAUGH: One of the reporters from CNN, a guy named Jim Acosta — this was classic — stood up. We have wanted Republican presidents all of my life to deal with these people this way, and the only thing we ever got was Spiro Agnew.
RUSH: Then this story: “Why Millennial Women Want to Date Older Men.” Well, I know the answer on this.
It’s as crystal clear as this computer monitor in front of my face.
On Thursday’s Countdown show, left-wing actress and comedienne Janeane Garofalo appeared to talk about a recent poll finding that Rush Limbaugh is substantially less popular with women than with men.
It’s been happening right in front of our eyes ever since the late sixties and early seventies.
(interruption) Okay, let’s take a look at what the men have gone through.
Longtime bachelor Jon Ossoff proposed to his girlfriend of 12 years on Friday night.
The 30-year-old Georgia Democrat, who is running to replace Republican Tom Price in the state's sixth congressional district, has been dating his bride-to-be, Alisha Kramer, since they were in college at Georgetown University.