Veteran CBS News journalist Bob Schieffer slammed President Trump's handling of former FBI Director James Comey's firing, saying the "conspiracy theories" it raised reminded him of those in the wake of the Kennedy assassination.
Did the mainstream media give President Barack Obama a pass during the 2008 campaign and during much of his time in office? On "Media Buzz," Howard Kurtz asked that question to longtime CBS News correspondent Bob Schieffer.
Bob Schieffer raised some eyebrows on "Face the Nation" Sunday morning by delivering a scathing indictment of the United States government, questioning whether the U.S. really leads by example anymore. Bill Hemmer discussed with Kirsten Powers and Tony Sayegh whether Schieffer has a point, and asked what his sentiments say about the job President Obama has done.
President Obama's upcoming trip to Africa will reportedly cost $60-$100 million, prompting CBS' Bob Schieffer to ask White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough whether this is the best use of taxpayer money given the fact that federal government jobs are being cut as part of the sequester. Bill Hemmer asked Rich Lowry and Kirsten Powers about Schieffer's question.