WASHINGTON - The founder of FOX News is under fire for comments he made about Ben Carson that seemingly criticized President Obama. Plus, why late night TV is now the new campaign battleground! Judy Kurtz - "In The Know" columnist with The Hill.com, joined us with more.
"In some ways, he might be Donald Trump like in that way where no one tells him what he can and cannot tweet," she said about the founder of the global News Corp. media empire, Rupert Murdoch.
She added that the late night programs are a must-stop for political candidates.
Kurtz also commented on the changing landscape of the late night scene. "If you turn on the television any time after 11 p.m. these days, you're going find a politician on one of these late night shows," she said, adding that the shows have become must stops for politicians.
And speaking of politicians on the campaign trail, Donald Trump lost another celbrity. Julio Iglesias said he would never sing at a Trump hotel again. “He is a clown – and sorry to the clowns.” Iglesias said.
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