Three networks, three different approaches to covering Trump’s campaign kickoff
The two major cable news channels and one pro-Donald Trump network each covered Trump’s official campaign kickoff rally in a different ways.
Coverage extended into the “Hannity” hour at 9 p.m., when the network punched up a four box showing different views from inside the Amway Center.
The comment came approximately four minutes into the speech — and also called out the Academy Awards and its ratings.
The network also took a large view of the rally once Trump took the stage, but did not use audio from the event — though Chris Hayes did say “we are monitoring that for news.”