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Critic's Notebook: An Insane Week of Watching TV News
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Critic's Notebook: The Trump-Free White House Correspondents' Dinner Was Scathing, If Not Always Funny
After saying that he had been told not to, comedian Hasan Minhaj savaged Trump and his administration.
Critic's Notebook: Debuting in Bill O'Reilly's Time Slot, Tucker Carlson Struggles to Fill Big Shoes
Caitlyn Jenner was among the guests on the first broadcast of 'Tucker Carlson Tonight,' which was alternately underwhelming and grating.
Critic's Notebook: Rachel Maddow Tortures Audience, Then Reveals Donald Trump, Gasp, Paid Some Taxes
Revealing two less-than-revelatory leaked pages from Trump's 2005 1040 form, the MSNBC host admits, "It's a start."
Critic's Notebook: John McCain and Lindsey Graham Bring Their Bromance to CNN Town Hall
The veteran senators talk politics — saying "we need more of that guy, less of the tweeting guy" of Trump's Congressional address — and tear up while describing their friendship.
Critic's Notebook: Trump Delivers His Best Impression of a President in First Congressional Address
President Trump toned it down in his carefully scripted speech that nonetheless featured his greatest rhetorical hits.
Critic's Notebook: Trump Joins 'Fox & Friends' for Friendly Chat About Why He's Great
Plugging his upcoming Congressional address, the president grants an interview to the only news outlet that treats him "fairly."
Critic's Notebook: Steve Bannon's Darth Vader Goes for Kumbaya Moment at CPAC
President Trump's chief strategist makes an appearance with chief of staff Reince Priebus at the conservative gathering to show that they get along just fine.
Critic's Notebook: Milo Yiannopoulos Comes Across Like a Teddy Bear on His 'Real Time With Bill Maher' Appearance
The normally combative Maher misses an opportunity to truly spar with his right-wing, provocateur guest.
Critic's Notebook: Trump's Press Conference Echoes Death Throes of Watergate
It was a rambling, bellicose affair that will be studied by psychology students for decades to come.