Monday, November 5, 2012
Rachel Maddow spends the first 16 minutes of her final pre-election show defending President Obama's first four years in a more comprehensive way than he ever has.
Jon Stewart follows Nate Silver's lead and singles out Dick Morris as the least accurate pundit in the election prediction game.
President Obama spends his final day of campaigning with Jay-Z and Bruce Springsteen. ᔥ Twitter If you work for Mitt Romney, he will take video of you while you're sleeping. ᔥ NYTimes President Obama took a few minutes to answer questions for the Presidential Youth Debate. Mitt Romney declined. ᔥ Youth Debate 2012 The pundits have made their predictions and there's clearly no ideological bias as work. ᔥ NYMag If Nate Silver is wrong, he's very wrong. ᔥ FiveThirtyEight
Mitt Romney's religion hasn't been as big of an issue in this election as some may have predicted, but Ricky Gervais makes a last minute effort to question the motivation behind Mormonism.
Jay-Z says he didn't get clearance to play anything with profanity at today's rally in Columbus, Ohio, so he had to change up the lyrics for "99 Problems."
Look back at the week in politics through animated GIFs, courtesy of GIFs From Last Night. Governor Chris Christie praises President Obama. Steroid Era of storms. Bill Clinton goes there on Mitt Romney and climate change. doesn’t believe that Hurricane Sandy was a natural disaster.
reflects on Hurricane Sandy announces that President Obama has missed his $5 million blackmail deadline.
talks to Jimmy Fallon about Hurricane Sandy.
Just one day before the election, Mitt Romney completes his self-parody transformation and gives Stephen Colbert what should be the best material of the entire election cycle
If you were wondering why Jay Pharoah's Obama didn't appear on Saturday Night Live's final pre-election episode, apparently that wasn't always the plan. NBC just released this unaired sketch from Saturday afternoon's dress rehearsal, in which President Obama redirects all FEMA aid to Ohio.
Joe Scarborough's still not taking Nate Silver up on his bet, but if he were going to bet on someone, it wouldn't be Mitt Romney. The Morning Joe host now admits that all polls point to an Obama victory.