Conway, counselor to President Trump, also delivered a not-so-subtle threat on Sunday's "Meet the Press."
“I have a real problem with The New York Times, which from day one has been trying to be very dismissive of our campaign and has been very negative about our campaign," Sanders told "Meet the Press" on Sunday.
As polling showed Bernie Sanders gaining on the Democratic candidate in California on Thursday, MSNBC hosts and analysts severely and unanimously criticized the candidate after the inspector general of the State Department she once led published a damning report contradicting her claims that she was allowed to conduct official correspondence on a private email server.
"There would be nothing more in this world that I would like than to take on Donald Trump," said Sanders on Sunday. "We would beat him, and we would beat him badly."
The tragic AirAsia crash may have to do with rapid growth in the travel industry in Asia; Chuck Todd, moderator of "Meet the Press," has acknowledged that he lets Republicans lie on air; meanwhile, technology is creating a serfdom fueled by the desire for instant gratification. These discoveries and more after the jump.
In an interview on MSNBC ahead of the Senate's hearing on gun safety Wednesday, Sen Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn, responded to a question by Chuck Todd on background checks for gun buyers by changing the subject to video games .
A look at the day's political happenings, including the release of May presidential campaign fundraising figures, how Citizens United affected the Wisconsin recall and the controversy surrounding recent comments made by Bill Clinton.
Don't count John McCain out just yet. His personal pollster recently told the campaign that "impressive strides over the last week of tracking" mean the race could "easily be too close to call by next Tuesday." That sounds like obligatory fluff to some politicos, but NBC's Chuck Todd sees it differently.