NBC’s Chuck Todd tries to play himself off as some kind of objective journalist.
He even recently attacked Sean Hannity by claiming he has a conflict of interest.
But Chuck Todd has huge conflicts of interest that actually translate into real dollars. The Blaze reports: But during an interview Friday on the WABC-AM New York radio show Bernie and Sid in the Morning, hosts Sid Rosenberg and Bernie Mc Guirk asked Todd about his own undisclosed relationships with guests on Meet the Press.Lord goes through a litany of examples in his article, saying that while interviewing Bernie Sanders eleven times this year, Todd never disclosed the fact that his wife’s company had received almost million from the Bernie 2016 campaign. We let it all hang out now, starting with anger and outrage, which we don’t have to muzzle the way people once did, or to hide beneath polite evasions. The differently minded aren’t just wrong, they’re evil, malicious, threats to peace and good order; oughta to be silenced, they should, or, failing that, told to get off the bus and walk home. Trump points to what he calls Congresswoman Waters’ “low I. Congresswoman Maxine Waters calls for Trump’s impeachment.It is considered the longest running program in history of television programs in U. He attended Killian Senior High School in Miami before he joined George Washington University where he studied from 1990 to 1994. Todd majored in political science and his minor was music, however, he did not graduate.
His career in political reporting and analysis started in Florida.Todd had his practical political experiences on campaigns in Florida and other campaigns held nationally in Washington, D. He had worked for the 1992 campaigns for president done by Senator Tom Harkin.These interactions with the politicians and involvements in the campaigns gave Todd and exposure in this field.In recognition for his journalism work, Todd has received Doctor of Humane Letters honorary degree from Marymount University.Todd is estimated to have a net worth of about million and his annual salary is way over 0,000. Which it seems to, with openness of an unprecedented kind marking our public and private doings; untrammeled by rules dating, supposedly, from the horse and buggy days. It would be, and frequently is, when letting it all hang out isn’t the central theme of politics: or, indeed, of life.