1) No matter what it looks like with the media and their quasi-toughness on Hilary, no, I've said it all along that the skids are greased for her.
Starting at the 27th second.
OK. I know that she does not speak well and her English leaves much to be desired but I am only interested in this part:
No matter what it looks like WITH the media... and the way 'with' is used there.
What does that phrase mean exactly? What does 'with' mean in that phrase?