Matt Mittenthal, a former spokesman for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, was recently hired by BuzzFeed for a communications position for the news section of the website.
President-elect Donald Trump sharply criticized two American news organizations during a press conference Wednesday for publishing what he said were false allegations of attempted Russian political extortion.
A national anti-Donald Trump group called the #NotMyPresident Alliance distributed the personal information of dozens of Electoral College members to its supporters on Wednesday through a Google doc spreadsheet.
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, a Democrat who represents the District of Columbia in Congress, slammed Hillary Clinton on Monday for her “basket of deplorables” remark, calling it “maybe the worse line I’ve ever heard in politics.”
President Obama made a BuzzFeed video (actually a promotion for Obamacare) that has been viewed more than 22 million times. Many have pointed out that the video itself is very silly and unbecoming of a sitting president, who makes himself look like an idiot by playing around with a “selfie” stick.
Buzzfeed has run a profile of the opposition researcher who discovered and released the video of then-candidate Romney’s “47 percent” remarks.
BuzzFeed called it early and the liberal media piled on: Mitt Romney won the first presidential debate in Denver. A number of liberals admitted to Obama’s defeat, calling Romney’s performance more aggressive, energetic, and confident.