President Donald Trump mocked MSNBC journalist Ali Velshi, whom police shot in the kneecap with a rubber bullet while he was covering peaceful protests over the police killing of George Floyd.
He also praised Minnesota supporters' "good genes," adding, "A lot of it is about the genes," in a troubling, disjointed rally speech.
Ronald Klain said there is a “crisis of both confidence and competence."
"The president made not a whole lot of sense there," said Ali Velshi.
"In the end, we built it and they didn’t really come."
Ali Velshi of Al Jazeera America spoke with HuffPost Live at Davos Wednesday about what people need to do to combat climate
Al Jazeera is a Qatari owned company reporting on American faults. Their concentration on the negative side of American life does not sit well with me.
Al-Jazeera's toned-down coverage is surprising and ironic in light of the current media landscape. Indeed, al-Jazeera America is launching at precisely the moment when cable news is cratering in the public imagination.
Aaron Sorkin, who created one of the great political television series with The West Wing, has now created The Newsroom, which
Al Jazeera America host Ali Velshi joins HuffPost Live to discuss the launch of the new network and how it will be different from other cable news networks.