“This is as bad as you-know-who saying there were good people on both sides. It’s the same thing,” Goldberg said.
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The MSNBC veteran pledged to do a better job of “elevating the political discussion” after comparing Sanders’ Nevada win to the Nazis defeating France in World War II.
“I mean, Bernie spent his honeymoon in Soviet Russia,” McCain declared at one point.
“Why is Chris Matthews on this air talking about the victory [of] Bernie Sanders, who had kin murdered in the Holocaust, analogizing it to the Nazi conquest of France?”
“You can’t say it didn’t happen and then say they leaked it!" Wallace shouted at one point.
The Fox anchor also said he could understand why the president didn’t like the intel community determining that Russia interfered on his behalf.
“He’s the leader of the free world, for him to sit here and attack a journalist...or reporting facts on his presidency is not only problematic, it’s un-presidential.”
Trump was obviously watching as he tweeted out a quote from the program moments later.
“She took him to task in a way that I’ve never seen in a debate,” he declared. “She took it over, she prosecuted him.”