EDUARDO SÁINZ, DIRECTOR OF “MY FAMILY VOTES”: We are seeing a lot that momentum among people showing interest in ensuring that the candidate Donald Trump does not get to the presidency because of all the insults he’s made to our community.
PEDRO ULTRERAS, CORRESPONDENT, UNIVISION: So far this year, volunteers at “Mi Familia Vota” have registered 50,000 people. They say the goal is to reach 75,000 new voters by October 10, the day voter registration closes in the state of Arizona.
JUAN CARLOS ALTAMIRANO, UNIVISION CORRESPONDENT: Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is considering (whether) to sue the Wall Street Journal after the American medium published that the leader of the Mexican left lied when he filed his financial disclosure.
ANDRES MANUEL LOPEZ OBRADOR: I am thinking...about the possibility of suing them...at the Wall Street Journal.
[See NewsBusters for more.] Many liberals were excited about Sean “P Diddy” Combs and his 2004 Vote or Die campaign to encourage young people to the polls. However, during an interview on Thursday, CBS This Morning’s Gayle King acknowledged the singer's disillusionment with politics and apparent disappointment with Barack Obama. Combs also declined to announce support of Hillary Clinton.
The highly superficial ABC let their viewers know how they really felt about Hillary Clinton’s campaign Wednesday evening during World News Tonight. “And tonight, one of Clinton's most powerful weapons, First Lady Michelle Obama, in Pennsylvania,” touted anchor David Muir leading into Cecilia Vega’s report, “And she did not hold back on the Trump.” Muir’s praise was accompanied with the flattering on-screen headline “Hillary’s Secret Weapon.”
FBI Director James Comey appeared before the House Oversight Committee Wednesday, where Congressional Republicans unloaded on him for giving immunity to people they accused of being liars. “The more FBI Director Comey talks about integrity of the e-mail investigation, the less Republicans and critics seem convinced,” reported Fox News’ Chief Intelligence Correspondent Catherine Herridge on Special Report. But even such incendiary accusations flying around a congressional hearing, ABC, CBS, and NBC yawned.
More in the cross-post on the MRC's NewsBusters blog.
After NBC’s Today spent three straight days scolding Donald Trump for even thinking about mentioning Bill Clinton’s habitual mistreatment of women, on Wednesday, the morning show had no trouble doing the Clinton campaign’s bidding by touting allegations of Trump’s “sexist behavior.”