Iraq veteran Robert Bartlett appeared with Megyn Kelly of Fox News last night to discuss his opposition to the nuclear deal with Iran. Bartlett was severely wounded in 2005 in Iraq by an Iranian bomb, which also killed or injured several of his friends. Watch the interview below:
In this week's edition of the boss's email newsletter -- Kristol Clear -- readers are asked to rank their top three picks for the GOP's 2016 presidential nominee. The boss writes:
With Jeb Bush's entry into the race, it's a good time to get an update on what you think of the Republican presidential race. You know the drill: As of now, who are your first, second, and third choices among these declared and likely-to-declare candidates? ...
Last week, Fox News announced its guidelines for the first debate among presidential contenders endorsed by the Republican National Committee (RNC). The network plans to invite the top 10 candidates, with the ranking determined by an average of the five most recent national opinion polls before the August 6 event. This is similar to the approach it has taken in previous cycles.
Fox News host Megyn Kelly encouraged embattled NBC anchor Brian Williams to come on her show for an interview. She said "the desire by so many to tear him down is also somewhat discomfiting."
"If I were Brian Williams," Kelly said, "I think the only thing he can do at this point is come out and say, 'I truly screwed up the Iraq coverage.' I think he can still credibly say, 'In my mind, I was scared, I was confused, I guess I was just wrong from beginning and now I realize I was wrong, and I really was wrong when I then added the RPG fire into it in my helicopter.'"