Kelly ODonnell

The trouble with journalists appearing as themselves in entertainment is that the public already has difficulty discerning fact from fiction in the news. When real reporters allow themselves to be part of fiction, it costs them their credibility.
O'Donnell appeared on MSNBC after Mitt Romney accepted the Republican party's nomination for president of the United States
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We expect higher standards from NBC. All believers in fair and accurate reporting should contact NBC News and make plain that the bias in tonight's newscast did not go unnoticed and we will expect that it not be repeated.
This was one of those "spontaneous" things. Joe the Plumber had had his conversation with Obama about taxes, and the cameras had been rolling, and McCain had found out about it.
Anyway, according to MSNBC's Kelly O'Donnell, you need to forget all that! As it turns out, every single quotidian detail
If after nine months and hundreds of speeches you are under the impression that McCain is "resistant" to talk about "his time as a P.O.W.," then you are, quite frankly, useless.