Anderson Cooper asked Florida Attorney General and top Trump supporter Pam Bondi how she could claim to be a champion for the LGBT community in the days after the Orlando shootings when she had vigorously argued against allowing legalizing gay marriage. (In 2014, Bondi had argued that even recognizing out-of-state gay marriages would "impose significant public harm" and suggested gay families are inherently unstable.)

And then Cooper asked about it again, and again, and again. It's almost uncomfortable to watch the interview—the questions are relentless—but it's worth your time to do so. It's also what journalism should look like.