In what might be the most insulting "interview" I've ever witnessed, GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain sat down Thursday evening to field questions from MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell. During the 20-minute interview, O'Donnell managed not only to accuse Cain of "sitting on the sidelines" during the civil rights movement, but also of successfully "avoiding" service during the Vietnam War.
In the end, Cain held his own and didn't let frustration over O'Donnell's scathing contempt distract him from setting the record straight. Still, MSNBC should be ashamed for treating Cain in such an offensive manner. Is it really any wonder people don't watch this network?
h/t Right Scoop