This week on The Enemies List, Rick is joined by Brian Stelter, former CNN host of "Reliable Sources" and renowned media analyst. Together they delve into the captivating world of his new book, "Network of Lies: The Epic Saga of Fox News, Donald Trump, and the Battle for American Democracy." Stelter takes us behind the scenes of one of the most influential news networks in the country, exploring its intricate relationship with Donald Trump and its far-reaching impact on American democracy.
Longtime "Reliable Sources" host and author Brian Stelter joins the show with a sneak preview of his new book "Network of Lies" - and you guessed it - it's all about FOX's descent into a propaganda machine. The inside info Brian finds has to be read to be believed. Does Fox's former chief propagandist believe his own rhetoric? Why Brian thinks Tucker has talked himself into it. And behind-the-scenes after Joe Biden's win in 2020 at FOX -- why everyone was whispering the truth while shouting the lie.
Molly Jong Fast joins Rick to Tucker Carlson, Donald Trump, and the Republican party's continued warm welcome for misogyny as Trump continues to control the party. Is Trump a role model for boys in your life? And Rick has a multifaceted entry on this episode's Enemies List.
Rick speaks with media analyst and correspondent Brian Stelter to discuss how the media and media coverage has changed in the past couple of Presidential election cycles, as well as the recent Tucker/Fox breakup.
Rick talks with friend, and media and tech insider, Yoav Shahar, about the current state of Twitter, the dangers of AI, Carlson and Fox, and of course Donald Trump - and the big thing that everyone's missing. And, Rick is upset with a company he is close with landing them on this episode's Enemies List.