President Donald Trump said Sunday that he anticipates shifting several positions in his administration, hinting that the departures could include Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and White House chief of staff John Kelly.
Researcher Renee DiResta reacts to The New York Times' expos� about Facebook and the ongoing scourge of misinformation that is spread on social platforms. She likens this to a "chronic condition" that can't be fixed, but needs to be managed.
Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy, a friend of Trump's, says the White House overreached by suspending Jim Acosta's press pass. Brian Stelter challenges Ruddy's claims about Trump's "pro-veteran" record and the media's "negative attacks."
Ten staffers at the Chico Enterprise-Record have lost their homes in the Camp Fire disaster. The newspaper's editor, David Little, says the staff feels "really helpless," but they are helping by informing the community. Papers are being delivered to evacuation centers and other locations.
Rappler founder and editor Maria Ressa responds to the Philippine government's new threat to indict her. "The end goal of all of these cases is political harassment," Ressa tells Brian Stelter. "They want to intimidate us into stopping the stories we're doing."
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