During the primaries, the media, as a group, gave Donald Trump over two billion dollars in free publicity because he was more entertaining than informative. They now are seen as destroying his candidacy. Inside Edition’s Deborah Norville tells Jim how the media have dramatically influenced a presidential campaign unlike any other in American history.
With Iran fighting ISIS on our side in Iraq and Syria, and a nuclear deal concluded, traditional allies in the Middle East like Saudi Arabia and Israel are worried whether there has been a tectonic shift in U.S. attitudes toward Iran. Vali Nasr, Dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, tells Jim there is much work to be done to build trust, and engage Iran in new security arrangements designed to achieve stability in a war-torn, region.