Abc sportscaster Joe Buck said Monday night on CBS’ “Face the Nation” that they’re doing an “interesting survey.”
The “Fac퍼스트카지노e the Nation” host played with the idea, saying he was “out of touch” with the news media and that he’s more concerned about the country’s future “than about a reporter’s head.”
Buck said he was “going to go get him” because of the reporting.
ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos then played with a similar idea and said he wanted to see the answers from voters if it were his show.
Buck didn’t back down from his claims.
“I want to see the president of the United States saying ‘I’m in touch with every member of Congress, every single American citizen, and I’m telling you the stories that I’ve heard.'”
The “Face the Nation” host went on: “We have stories, and they’re not bad stories. They’re stories of a lifetime. They’re stories of miracles.”
The media should also take a harder look at the president.
Buck said American슬롯 머신s should “get it” from them.
“You are the ones making this decision,” he said.
Buck went on to say that the media has a “distorting view of the truth about politics” and said “there is a bias” in the media’s coverage.
As he spoke, several people were overheard shouting: “Oopsie, oopsie.”
Some of the participants shouted “Cancel President Barack Obama!” from the audience.
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