This is a different kind of war than the war against the fascists in World War II. We were facing a nation-state and two nation-states, three nation-states. The memos to comedian Rush Limbaugh about Michael J. Fox seem to be voluminous and unanimous. Shut the beep, beep up. President Bush had to say about Iraq this morning in the White House East Room may not have been all that new nor noteworthy, except the fact that he was choosing to put himself in the position of having to say it at all. Our fifth story on the COUNTDOWN, two weeks before an election that might well be a referendum on his war, if not, indeed, his presidency, two weeks after his last solo news conference, the president today subjecting himself to more questions, the first time he has ever had two news conferences so close together, in another first, Mr.
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Democratic Congress Falling Apart? It has the Democrats smelling blood. And a view to the feud. BECK: They called a cease fire, but can it last? This and more tonight. It is headed for a show-down: the Democrats versus George W. The Republicans have disenfranchised their base. They did it last election. And congratulations: Democrats are about to do the same thing. The circle is almost complete.
Goldberg might be a control freak
But it seems that Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Sarah Palin have decided to put their feud behind them after The View co-host claimed they are still speaking. The pair reportedly fell out over comments made about the former Alaskan governor on the daytime talk show. All forgiven: Elisabeth Hasselbeck tweeted that Sarah Palin was still speaking to her even after her negative jibes on The View. And the Tea Party darling was claimed to have stopped taking calls from her former friend. But television star Miss Hasselbeck suggested the warring Republicans had patched things up at the weekend. The glamorous conservatives became close after they campaigned together in
Not only has the show seen a revolving door of hosts throughout the years, but there have been plenty of on-air blowups and heated walk-offs, all of which contribute to the series' popularity. But if you think The View 's explosive on-air antics are just for ratings, think again. The program is also teeming with behind-the-scenes drama and backstage feuds. When journalist Barbara Walters created The View in , she probably didn't anticipate that the talk show's internal drama would overshadow its initial mission. We won't spoil it for you just yet, but let's just say McCarthy's accusations against Goldberg aren't pretty. Another surprising beef?