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MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski were still fixated Wednesday on a cabinet meeting that occurred earlier this week in which staffers bizarrely praised President Donald Trump. “If the president seems delusional about his accomplishments, you can point no further than that room,” Brzezinski said. “There are no real men in the inner circle of the White House… none at all.” Scarborough explained that nobody in the White House tells Trump “the truth” when he isn’t doing well. Guest David Ignatius called the meeting a “parade of sycophancy.” Also Read: 'Morning Joe' Rips Trump's 'Sick, »
- Brian Flood
Oprah Winfrey, Netflix Chief Creative Officer Ted Sarandos, At&T CEO Randall Stephenson and 21st Century Fox Chairman Rupert Murdoch have been invited to Sun Valley for Allen & Co.’s annual summer retreat in July, according to a list of guests obtained by Variety.
In the Hollywood realm, potential guests include ICM’s Chris Silbermann, CAA’s Bryan Lourd, Time Warner head Jeff Bewkes, CBS chief Les Moonves, Sony Corp. CEO Kaz Hirai, cable mogul John Malone, indie film impresario Harvey Weinstein and Casey Wasserman, who is currently overseeing the Los Angeles bid to host the Summer Olympics in 2024.
Sun Valley: Media Consolidation Is Coming, but After the Private Jets Leave
The annual gathering of moguls and one-percenters is highly secretive. It consists of morning sessions on geopolitical and business trends that take place behind closed doors. The big interest, however, are the mergers that are inevitably hatched when »
- Dave McNary and Brent Lang
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