Following the apology of MSNBC host Lawrence O 'Donnel for broadcasting untested allegations of President Trump's finances, Federalist editor Molly Hemingway called his actions "disturbing" and accused the media of deliberately continuing the plot.
"Stories have been promised about blockbusters that will definitively show that Donald Trump is a traitor who clashed with Russia to steal the 2016 election," she told Fox & Friends on Thursday.
"They were often based on anonymous sources – many stories always fall under control," she continued. "It was so sad to see him for years, a daily drumbeat before Mueller's report was over. See that some people still they still do it for months afterwards it's embarrassing and sad. "
MSNBC DONNEL RETRACT TRUMP RUSSIA HISTORY, APOLOGISTS
O" Donnel, the host, the last word, " admitted he made a "mistake of judgment" after broadcasting an unverified report, claiming that Trump had loans signed on [1
He also made a statement during his show Wednesday night and apologized for not complying with the protocol.
"Last night during this show I discussed information that was not ready for reporting," said O & # 39; Donnel. "I repeated statements, one sole source told me about Deutsche Bank's finances and loan documents. Saying" if true "- while discussing the information – just wasn't good enough. I didn't go through the rigorous checks and standards. I process here at MSNBC before to repeat what I heard from my source. If he had gone through this process, I would not have been allowed to report it. I should not have said it on air or posted it on Twitter. "
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Hemingway stated that it was Tana common trend among media draw Trump as a villainous traitor and said many Democratic voters buy into the false narrative and rewarding journalists biased reporting.
"Polls have shown that a majority of Democrats believe things are wrong about Russia's participation in the US elections," she said. "These specific stories, which are alleged to be treason by the Trump administration or Donald Trump or people close to him – there is no evidence to support this, and yet the stories do happen. And not just MSNBC.  "You have had many failures in many media, and instead of seeing any self-check or watching why they managed to get such a ridiculous story, people get rewards for their reports," she said.