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  1. That was from September 30th, he was 1st in the key demo, Maddow 4th. So unless he has seen sharp declines, or her ratings spiked when the silent MAJORITY tuned in to see her cry, they are probably about the same. Hannity #1!!!
  2. Fox News’s Sean Hannity had the highest rated cable news show in September in the key 25–54 demographic, according to Nielsen data released Friday. The top ranking marks the first time Hannity has beat fellow Fox personalities Bill O'Reilly and Megyn Kelly since he moved to 10 p.m. O’Reilly’s show airs at 8 p.m., and Kelly is on at 9 p.m. Hannity — an unapologetic supporter of Donald Trump— averaged 525,000 viewers in the demographic and 2.39 million total viewers, according to Nielsen. Trump is a frequent guest on the Hannity and O'Reilly programs. Trump has done at least one town hall show per month with Hannity in recent months. Trump has not appeared on MSNBC since May and has only joined CNN once since June, appearing almost exclusively on Fox News and Fox Business Network. “The Kelly File” and “The O'Reilly Factor” rounded out the top three in cable news programs. MSNBC's Rachel Maddow also enjoyed a strong month, taking the fourth spot in the 25–54 demographic. "Special Report with Bret Baier" was fifth. In his first month since taking over for Greta Van Susteren, "On the Record with Brit Hume" jumped 12 percent in total viewers and 22 percent in the key demographic compared to September 2015. Hume's first month also beat Van Susteren's last on the network, including by almost 20 percent in the key demographic. CNN’s top-rated program in total viewers was “Anderson Cooper 360,” with an audience of 1.01 million, finishing 20th overall. The network's best in key demographic was Don Lemon's “CNN Tonight,” with 339,000 viewers, good for ninth place overall.
  3. No, would you post them? eta - there is this: Fyi Trumpites should be concerned about that 'since November 2012' piece especially.
  4. I still think the best part of the entire election was Maddow crying when Hillary lost. Or was it when the FBI investigation got re-opened? Or was it both?
  5. Oh, btw.. In the Maddow segment she highlights how RT (Russia Today) had foreknowledge of part 6 of the Wikileaks email dumps as they tweeted about it a 29 minutes before Wikileaks actually released them. Here's a link to that exact moment in the segment.
  6. I bet WikiLeaks chose to release Vault 7 right when Rachel Maddow was getting to the bottom of the Russian thing. Everyone is talking about the CIA, instead of Russia. Once again, a brilliant play by Putin using his wikifront.
  7. This article has probably been linked here but just in case it hasn't: Damn, I've been skeptical of collusion all along and I detest most conspiracy theories, but this really looks awfully suspicious. There are questions here which have to be answered.
  8. This is 6 days old which is an eternity in internet years, but it's a relief knowing not every last progressive is buying into the boogeyman horse####. It's been fun watching Maddow and others #### all over the floor of journalism
  9. I think this is one of the more important points of the thread. I also think that his supporters don't think he can be bought. All these connections are still just good business. Take the Baku deal. Even though Maddow did a great job explaining it, money laundering isn't the easiest thing to understand even in the easiest cases (and the Baku deal is one of the easier ones). Unlike Baku, the Russians know what they are doing so until/unless one of these guys totally flips (and one of the reasons this investigation seems to be taking so long is they are accumulating evidence to make one of these guys flip...and a lot of these cases ultimately rely on a flipper or electronic messages for concrete proof), the vast majority of his supporters will stand by him.
  10. Maddow doing more great work on this, ties into the question of hearings and who might appear (spoiler: probably NOT Christopher Steele).
  11. I think her stories are brave and important, but she is still a hack. Too much innuendo and too much one-sided reporting with an obvious agenda. If Maddow's is your only source, you are certainly not getting the 'rest of the story'. But she does present an interesting perspective on things.
  12. So with Ross, is the implication of that story with Rybolovlev that Ross has generally operated a broker for transactions involving Russians that he knows had dirty money that they needed to hide? So presumably he has done this on many occasions? I found the Maddow piece long-winded a little underwhelming, honestly.
  13. I mentioned the piece Maddow did on Ross' connection to Trump and the Russians in either this thread or the other (hard to keep track). I thought she did a great job providing context into what the connection could be about and how it began. It's a little lengthy but it's well worth watching if you're trying to connect the dots.
  14. ASIDE (almost belongs in the NY thread) - one of the parents in my daughter's class lives in Maddow's building on Jane Street. She and her partner are super nice to everyone. Neither here nor there, but i always like it when big-time figures act normal. The other day I walked in front of Peter Dinklage's Volvo at a light. I waved (& immediately thought why am I waving, I'm an idiot.) Had his toddler with him, he nodded, smiled & waved. I wanted to run over and ask him if he had special pedals or something that helped him drive but I managed to keep walking without looking back.
  15. My bleeding heart "Louis Vuitton" socialist of a wife (everyone should have everything the need... as long as I can shop at Whole Foods and have my nice things) LOVES maddow. I'm 'forced' to watch it quite a bit.