Jake Tapper, journalist and anchor of “The Lead with Jake Tapper” was the one who wrote about the under reported CIA presence in Benghazi. For the first time someone in the mainstream media seemed to care about the overall cover up and questions left unanswered about this administrations negligence. He is not right-leaning, but is easy to read, watch, and listen to. A natural interviewer as well who listens to his guest speak. Today it was Sarah Palin, who shared more about herself than I had seen before. The exchange was calm, respectful and personal. I felt like I got to know Sarah better from Sarah speaking directly about herself, unfiltered, but I wanted to hear more. She seemed that comfortable with him. She talked about the turning point in her faith and dealing with Trigg’s birth. I wish we saw more interviews like this where journalists, no matter what political side of the spectrum they are, treat their guests fairly and professionally. To me it was an excellent one! Even if readers are saying he was consedescending.
This is Sarah when she was talking about John McCain, the campaign in 2008, the differences between them and her decision not to criticize him as a Senator.
This is Sarah smiling as she describes Trigg.
Here Sarah is about to talk about some interesting details about her family’s challenge, specifically Bristol’s pregnancy, again all very personalized.