From a 55-minute immigration discussion to a lengthy interview with the Wall Street Journal, President Trump sought to convey leadership and stability. Did it work? Lynn Sweet and David Zurawik discuss.
Oprah Winfrey is thinking about running for president. Are journalists approaching the story correctly? Lynn Sweet and David Zurawik react to Winfrey's Golden Globes speech and the notion of a 2020 campaign.
Brian Karem and Indira Lakshmanan discuss the propriety of covering the fitness of a president. Karem says it is uncomfortable to raise these kinds of questions at White House briefings, but "we need to follow the story."
Michelle Cottle and Karoun Demirjian discuss how Michael Wolff gained unprecedented access to the Trump White House for his bombshell book "Fire and Fury" -- and whether he bent or broke journalistic norms in the process.
A "Reliable Sources" panel of media all-stars -- Carl Bernstein, Indira Lakshmanan, Brian Karem, Michelle Cottle, and Karoun Demirjian -- discuss the intense scrutiny of Michael Wolff's tell-all book and why some sources say things differently on-the-record versus off-the-record.
The president's last TV interview was more than two months ago. But he gave an impromptu interview to the NYT recently. The "Reliable Sources" panel discusses the differences between different kinds of press availabilities and whether Trump will grant a Super Bowl Sunday interview.
Carl Bernstein says this is a place "where we as journalists have never been before," with so many people doubting the fitness and stability of the president. He discusses how journalists should seek answers from GOP leaders and other public officials.