Corey Lewandowski Discusses Media with Howard Kurtz…

Corey Lewandowski discusses how the incoming Trump administration is perceived as an existential threat by the professional media apparatus.


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58 Responses to Corey Lewandowski Discusses Media with Howard Kurtz…

  1. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Corey is a very bright guy.

    I think Trump really had the right guy at the right time. And then the next right guy. And then the right girl. And a lot of other talent. Trump simply has an eye for talent, AND he knows when to use it, and when to move to the next talent.

    Liked by 15 people

    • It’s true leadership. The people that have been replaced know that their value is still there but the challenge has changed and that challenge is best handled by someone else. Smart people understand that you can’t know everything and it’s ok to specialize. Great leaders understand and underscore this with their people. President Trump is one of those leaders.

      Liked by 5 people

      • SpanglishKC says:

        💯%!!! Putting people in a position to fail does a disservice to them AND to his leadership. What’s been instructive is how he does NOT throw people away. He respects his people and seems to help them (i.e. Lewandowski) and will bring them back when needed. To me its a sign of caring for people first. Imagine if all bosses cared enough.

        Liked by 1 person

      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        All these successful people who used to work for Trump who continue to love Trump – that just says it all, doesn’t it?

        Liked by 1 person

  2. KBR says:

    Howard Kurtz knows very well that the press has been lying. The media is indeed attempting to undermine the President of the United States.

    A clear and present danger, IMO

    Liked by 15 people

  3. KBR says:

    Our President would like to have a good relationship with the media. But they have lied so much I doubt any of them can ever be trusted. Any of them.

    Liked by 12 people

  4. A.D. Everard says:

    Corey handled that very well. Liberal media indeed. The MSM are going to have to wake up if they want to get anywhere with President Trump. They can’t have it both ways, they cannot expect to constantly abuse him and at the same time have his trust.

    Corey was right, where’s the accountability? The media need to be held responsible for their words and their message.

    Liked by 7 people

    • gettherejustassoon says:

      Exactly. They punch him; he’s not going to take it lying down. Filter his agenda with a liberal bias; he’s going to go directly to the people. President Trump not asking for a rigged game in his favor, just a fair game.

      Liked by 6 people

    • doit4atlas says:

      The problem is that the “media” is now owned by entities that don’t care if they make money or not. For instance the Washington Post is owned by Jeff Bezos who uses it not to tell us the news, but to push the propaganda that furthers their own business interests. So, it really doesn’t matter if the newspaper makes money.

      Liked by 5 people

      • darcy says:

        The media has been “owned” for many decades.
        Just remember Walter Cronkite, lionized by the PC crowd as one of America’s finest journalists.
        Think about that word: journalist! What does it mean? Reporter.
        But no; Mr. Cronkite spewed his spleen to denigrate America and use his platform to weaken our Republic. Not content to report the news, he chose to disguise his anti-American commentary within his supposed truthful reporting of events.
        Too late did any of us realize he was working for the other team.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Orygun says:

          I was brought up thinking Walter Cronkite was America. Only to find out the media and its government handlers have been lying to me for most of my adult life.

          Liked by 2 people

        • tisclear says:

          You’re right, the MSM has been the propaganda wing of the NeoLiberal/Progressive Globalist ideology for many years.Trump administration isn’t just perceived as an existential threat by the MSM…It makes them utterly obsolete.
          Now that President Trump has welcomed Breitbart and Gateway Pundit into the fold the MSM is rightfully sweating bullets. He has the ability to reduce them to toads.


      • Thank you. I’ve been saying that for awhile now, and friends just keep saying, when we hit their pocketbooks, they will change. If that were true, by viewership numbers, they would already be gone. They are being funded by deep pockets whose sole purpose is to push the propaganda. Their numbers no longer matter.

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          Who do you see the constant ads from? Insurance companies. Progressive commercials are inescapable. The company owner is an uber SJW from Cleveland. Geico’s a Buffet
          Company, one of the biggest cronyists going. Who controls the advertising also controls the content ( remember all the old movies/ TV shows about “What will our sponsors do?”.) Think that content isn’t dictated by sponsors, especially ones that purchase every available bit of ad space they can get their hands on.

          Liked by 2 people

      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        Probably makes a great tax write off, too.


  5. Publius2016 says:

    How do we know the MSM is lying about the crowd sizes, easy…they refuse to show Trump speaking to the people. Every image on the major channels showed us watching Trump speak! The MSM lies and is Fake News. We know because we watched the inauguration and loved every minute.

    Liked by 3 people

    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Exactly. We were watching the Inauguration on tv, and the crowd was quite large–nothing like what I later saw in the MSM pictures. So who are you going to believe, as they say, me or your own eyes?


  6. Craig W. Gordon says:

    Trump is setting things up with this first Spicer briefing. He is gathering intel, feedback, and seeing how far the media (fifth column), which should be acting as the 4th branch, will go. He is laying the new foundation for the next 4 years. Solid foundation. Yeah buddy!!!

    Liked by 3 people

    • deplorabledooku says:

      Totally agree. I’ve thought that without the media and the left catching on, President Trump is essentially litmus testing all opponents and opposition groups by evaluating their reactions to what they perceive as outrageous, but we deplorables, the President and the majority of Americans do not. By these means, the President is forcing the media, Unipartiers, and leftists to unwittingly drop their pretense and show how ugly and anti-American they truly are.

      Liked by 2 people

    • KBR says:

      Uh, there is no “fourth branch.”
      There are three: judicial, legislative, administrative.

      As far as branches go, we citizens are the trunk of the tree.

      The press, once upon a time, were merely the running insects, messenger-boys to the people: now they tell lies, and attempt to tell the tree-trunk what to do about the branches.
      To manintain the analogy, some of these insects have stopped helping the tree of liberty and have slipped under the bark to feed off the branches. Others of these insects feed off the green.

      Time to prune some excess sickly branches to rid the tree of disease.
      Time for an insect exterminator.

      And some preventive measures against future infestations.

      How did the insect-like messenger-press get the name “Fourth Estate?” They awarded it to themselves, a lie, of course. Nothing sours honor so fast as overweaning pride and greed.

      They are no longer needed.

      Liked by 2 people

      • mike says:

        DDT is needed.


      • Termites. The 1st thing you have to do is remove all from inside the structure. Then you block all routes of entry.


      • OP says:

        You state “There are three: judicial, legislative, administrative.”

        Nope…it is in ORDER, out of respect to our government and order…

        EXECUTIVE (not administrative…EXECUTIVE!)

        you made it sound that President Trump is a the head admin…of a bunch of admins


        He’s the EXECUTIVE of the USA…and learn well from your faux pas, my little grasshopper!

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        • Sherlock says:

          Given the fact that much legislation is actually carried out by administrative agencies under their bogus rule-making authority, KBR’s error in fact had more than a wee bit of accuracy.
          It has to change–the Constitution simply does not contemplate such massive delegation of legislative authority to unelected bureaucrats in executive branch agencies.


          • JoAnn Leichliter says:

            This is a point that has infuriated me for many years. Lazy Congress fecklessly delegates away its power, then hypocritically cries about over-regulation. They could stop it–they created the mechanism by which it is done–but they never do. This should tell us all we need to know about what they really want.


  7. MK Wood says:

    A good relation with the majority of the media is not, nor will not be a reality. The media is, as Corey said, extremely liberal in ideology and that is what they want to make the “news” about. Them or their ideology. Perhaps by keeping the media focused on things such as the bust and crowd size they will be unable to do any damage while Trump goes forth with his ant-swamp scorched earth campaign.

    Liked by 3 people

    • darcy says:

      That’s a valid strategy as long as President Trump’s message goes out unadulterated in other platforms.
      That said, the viewership of these far left rags’ supposed journalism — Chris Wallace, Chuck Todd, et al — are brain dead to begin with. They are the kool-ade drinkers.
      The Kool-ade drinkers, blind as they are, deserve what they get: A protracted walking in the darkness of their own blindness — angst, misery, hatred, and despair.
      These people, and especially the talking heads, have much to lament and to answer for; but blind people cannot see. Pity them.

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  8. LadyRavenSDC says:

    WHEN the media gets it, finally, that this President is not going to put up with a lying media – when they GET it, that there will be consequences to their actions – then and only then will they change.
    From years of dealing with politicians, they don’t believe he could be a man of conviction, that his words mean something, so they will keep at it but they will pay a price.
    Good job Lewandowski.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Joe says:

    Trump is treating the media like a recalcitrant dog that keeps threatening to bite him.

    A sure bust to the chops each time will get them in line.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. freepetta says:

    Anyone who would like to write the imbecile who reported the MLK bust was removed from the Whitehouse can write him at:

    I’ve given him a piece of my mind!

    Liked by 1 person

    • All American Snowflake says:

      I think the MLK bust rightly belongs in the Black History Museum. Not in the White House.

      Liked by 3 people

      • freepetta says:

        That might be true but that was the allegation of the dishonest media.

        Liked by 1 person

      • gettherejustassoon says:

        After all, for the next four years, whose office is it to furnish and use as he sees fit?!


      • unconqueredone says:

        I think the sitting President should be free to set up his office with whatever historical artifacts or decorations are to his taste and acceptable for public broadcast or viewing. It’s HIS office. For example: it’d be a cold day in you-know-where before I’d have anything FDR in my space.


  11. BJ says:

    Kelly Anne was awesome! It is about time that someone took on the dishonest liberal press! Go Kelly Anne go!

    Liked by 2 people

  12. Mary kate conly says:

    I had a 1/2 hour conversation with Corey and his lovely wife this past Thursday evening at a bar called The Hamilton, across the street from the Deploraball. Actually it was early Friday morning. I remember thanking them both for MAGA efforts. I’ll try to post a picture. Unfortunately my teeth are red from too much Pinot Noir and Corey’s eyes are sort of closed. Great couple. So grateful!


  13. Howie says:

    They report, I cut the cable.


  14. Carlos says:

    In order to change the Media, the federal government should enact liability laws against Fake news without affecting the laws of Freedom of Speech.


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