February 27, 2014

Foreign Policy According to MSNBC's Chris Hayes

Alex Berezow, RealClearWorld

The Associated Press

The temptation to weigh in on every single current event -- usually with the intention of smearing political opponents -- is just too great for some commentators. Take MSNBC's Chris Hayes, for instance. In a recent segment (which you can watch here), Mr. Hayes criticizes John McCain for criticizing Barack Obama's foreign policy and for having a simplistic, black-or-white view of world affairs.

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TAGGED: Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine, Media, Media Coverage

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