|Chuck Todd's podcast is named for|
the year "Meet The Press" began
Todd said: “Where I think political correctness got in the way of what we all knew as reporters and didn’t fully deliver was how hated the Clintons were in the heartland. And I think it was a fear of, ‘Oh, is it going to look like it’s sexist, anti-woman if we say that?’ I think we underplayed it a little bit out of political-correctness fears. No member of the press corps wants to look like they’re singling out a group and making a group feel bad, right, whatever that (group) is."
"If we sort of were straight-up honest and blunt about, 'Hey, do we understand the level of hatred that’s out there?' and you know, all the 'Hillary for Prison' signs that are out there, we certainly would have at least made the viewer know, hey, you know, she’s not well-liked in some places in this country in ways that’s times 10 when it comes to Trump,” he said.