Reporting that an elderly woman fainted at a West Virginia campaign
appearance by former President Clinton, MSNBC ran the provocative
headline "He's Still Got It," on its 10 a.m. EDT news hour. We'll leave
it to the reader to guess what exactly MSNBC was getting at.
President Clinton was giving a stump speech Monday for West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin, the state's Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate.
"One audience member was just a little overwhelmed," MSNBC anchor Chris Jansing remarked, as a video clip then showed Clinton pausing his speech to recognize an elderly woman in the front who had fainted. "Maybe if you're a Democrat, you'll think this is awesome," Jansing commented.
The woman had received medical attention and was being escorted away by a doctor and two security guards. "And I'm going to save her reputation. It was the sun and not me that made her faint," Clinton joked as she was escorted from the premises.
"Such a good line," remarked a beaming Jansing, who glowingly referred to Clinton as "the comeback kid."
-Matt Hadro is News Analysis intern at the Media Research Center. You can follow him on Twitter here .