On MSNBC today, Washington Post reporter Janell Ross hinted that Jeb Bush was covering up a major family scandal -- but she offered no proof or explanation for her comments. Even the MSNBC host made an effort to distance herself and her network from the Post reporter's comments.
"I guess I was rather stunned, I guess, to hear that these things had been written in a book at a time when the governor probably had his own issues that he was struggling with in his personal life," Ross said. "It seems like a strange time in your life to suggest that public shaming is a good way to address problems."
"I am, I am, and I'm trying to be as delicate as possible. But in all honesty the governor has some own issues in his own family that some might argue are worthy of some public discussion or shaming," the Ross.
"To be fair, none of those have been corroborated. We have no reporting on that, NBC News cannot report on that. You are a reporter for the Washington Post," said the MNSBC host.
MSNBC host Alex Wagner shed some light on dealing with the Clintons this morning on national TV:
Said Wagner, "Well, this is like -- the myth making and also the fear amongering around the Clintons -- like don't cross them otherwise a door in the floor opens up. Also they are the future of the Democratic party and incredibly accomplished."
Another MSNBC host jumped in, "So is that true? Is don't cross them or the door on the floor opens up?"