Matt Schlapp says Trump faces a "massive bias" every day. Alex Conant says there's a bias toward "covering conflict." But Kaitlan Collins says "hoping for an impeachment and watching for an impeachment are two very different things."
The president says the media "hates" his use of Twitter, but Kaitlan Collins disagrees. "We've never had access to the president's emotional state like we do with Donald Trump," she says. His tweets are a problem for aides and lawyers, though, she adds.
Sally Kohn and Steve Deace find common ground about passionate political debate. "We can have heated conversations without attacking, demeaning, dehumanizing each other. We need to do that more," Kohn says.
Conspiracy monger Alex Jones "is very influential," Charlie Warzel says, and "normal people need to know." Mo Ryan is more critical of NBC's decision to interview Jones. "He has played the game brilliantly, NBC much less so," Ryan says.
Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) recounts an "odd" day when reporters were told they couldn't record interviews in Senate hallways. Klobuchar also says the Russia investigations are a "truth hunt," not a "witch hunt."
Oliver Stone has been criticized for his gentle questioning of Russian president Vladimir Putin. Stone's response: "I can't change his mind. I can show his mind." He claims "Trump has been boxed-in" by the Russia investigations
The New Yorker satirist Andy Borowitz describes how his job has become more challenging with Trump as president. "It's very hard to make a daily diet of comedy out of something that is already ridiculous," he says.