A.J. DELGADO, TRUMP CAMPAIGN ADVISOR: Let me give you the example of the great César Chávez, the great Mexican-American, a legend in our community whether you’re Cuban, Mexican, Colombian, whatever, because César Chávez would be on the border on horseback, watching and pushing out undocumented immigrants crossing the border, why? Because he wanted to help Latinos that were already here.
FÉLIX DE BEDOUT, ANCHOR, UNIVISION: This is just a sampling of what are millions of people like them [unauthorized immigrants] that have contributed to this country in many ways. If Mr. Trump’s policies on immigration were applied, they would not be able to tell their stories of success. Why deny it to others?
More in the cross-post on the MRC's NewsBusters blog.
Following Monday night’s presidential debate, Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence visited all three network morning shows on Tuesday and was repeatedly hammered by hosts over Donald Trump’s debate performance. Hostile questions accusing Trump of everything from lying to tax evasion were hurled at the Indiana governor.
Within mere seconds of the first 2016 presidential debate ending Monday night, CNN’s post-debate analysis was dedicated to critiquing Donald Trump’s performance. The first round of critiques came from Jake Tapper who stated he felt that the first 30 minutes went well for Trump, while the following hour was dominated by Hillary Clinton. His colleagues Wolf Blitzer and John King agreed with both noting Trump took Clinton’s bait often and his many lies, respectively.
[See NewsBusters for more.] Liberal cheerleader Chris Matthews could barely contain his excitement, Monday, spinning “brilliant” Hillary Clinton’s debate performance as a “home run” and declaring the race to be “over.” Matthews resorted to movie references, declaring, “I was watching A Few Good Men and she was Tom Cruise and he was Jack Nicholson. It was not close.
With the first 2016 presidential debate just minutes away on Monday, the pro-Hillary Clinton panelists on CNN’s Debate Night in America were firing on all cylinders. “It is very, very difficult to become a master of a single policy area,” stated CNN contributor Van Jones, “She is the Michael Jordan of policy in multiple, multiple areas and we almost treat it like it's a bad thing.”
Jones also took exception with the scrutiny being directed toward Clinton: