The president has been saying he'll hold a press conference about the fight against ISIS, but it hasn't happened yet. April Ryan, David Drucker and Michael D'Antonio discuss Trump's reluctance to answer questions.
"This is not about us. This is about the American public," April Ryan says. David Drucker says "we should be more aggressive in pushing back" when the government puts conditions on briefings and interviews.
Phil Donahue says the press should pay more attention to "angry" Trump voters, but also to those who didn't bother voting. "Apathy is killing us," he says. He also describes how Trump's rallies "are being produced."
Vox's Sarah Kliff, who covers health care, says some Republicans are "lying" about "what this bill actually does." She describes confusion among voters she interviewed in southern Kentucky, who "took Trump's promises at face value."
Brian Stelter asks Russian-American journalist Masha Gessen about Russia-related conspiracy theories, why she believes Trump is an "aspiring autocrat;" and concerning cutbacks to press access in America.
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.