How accessible is Hillary Clinton to journalists? Tamara Keith, who covers the Clinton campaign for NPR, talks with Brian Stelter about the candidate's decision not to hold a full fledged news conference so far this year.
Eric Holthaus and Brian Stelter discuss some of the reasons why the national coverage fell short: Floods are uniquely difficult to cover; the storm had no name; and the election has squeezed out other stories.
"I would take the entire article and throw it in the trash," Trump senior communications advisor Jason Miller says, responding to an article that describes a "sputtering" campaign and an "erratic" candidate.
Jason Miller, who joined the Trump campaign as senior communications advisor in June, discusses media bias, journalists' treatment of the Trump campaign, and the so-called "blacklist" of prominent news outlets.
CNN commentator Marc Lamont Hill joins Reliable Sources to examine the media's simplistic coverage of the Ferguson protests, which is often characterized as a clear division between support for the protesters or cops.