Chuck Todd was pushing the "Russian" story. He thinks the Russians somehow influenced our election. He advanced NO evidence. Spent a lot of time on this narrative. Then he trashed Trump over Trump's disparagement of US intel services. US intel has made some major goofs, failing to predict the fall of the USSR, predicting that Saddam had nukes, leaking the fact that we were tapping Bin Ladin's satellite phone to the NYT, allowing Bradley Manning and Edward Snowdon free run of their classified, and others. I have little faith in CIA or NSA anymore, and I don't see anything wrong with the President expressing doubts about US intel stories. Chuck Todd has a problem with it, probably because a whole bunch of US intel people are Democrats who attempt to destabilize Republican administrations.
Then he read off a poll praising the MSM. If you pay for the poll, the poll will say anything you like.
Then someone made this amazing statement "The base won't permit any bipartisanship". I doubt that. The base (either base) has some things they want, and other things they don't want. Congresscritters who vote for (or fail to vote at all) things the base wants, and against things the base doesn't want, will be voted out of office. Just ask a bunch of Democrats who voted for Obamacare and are now out of office.
And finally there was a lot of talk condemning Trump for failing to take Putin to task over Russian election meddling. Just how do they know this, when the meeting was just Trump, Putin, Secretary of State, Russian Foreign Minister and two interpreters is beyond me. Did NBC bug the conference room? Both Trump and Putin issued statements after the meeting. I know Trump's statement would never fail to make Trump look good, and Putin's statement is likely a lie from end to end.
Anyhow back to real news on Fox News for me.