Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor couldn’t help but laugh in response to a federal judge throwing out Trump’s lawsuit challenging the election in the state.
Chris Cuomo lambasted Trump’s medical advisor after Dr. Atlas urged citizens to ‘rise up’ amid COVID restrictions, and to get together for Thanksgiving.
CNN's Van Jones broke down in tears after Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump in the election.
Following President Trump’s press conference Thursday evening, CNN’s election panel condemned his unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud.
CNN analysts discussed the possible impact Trump's icy relationship with John McCain is having on the election in Arizona.
Both Fox News and CNN correspondents had strong reactions to Trump's late night speech declaring he had already won states that were still up in the air.
While Rick Santorum tried to defend Trump’s attacks on a recent Supreme Court decision, Anderson Cooper and the other panelists weren’t having it.
Cuomo’s strong words come as President Trump has shown support for, and even joked about, his supporters who harassed a Biden campaign bus on the interstate.
CNN had a “Veronica’s Closet” diss at the ready when the actress Kirstie Alley tweeted to her followers on Friday morning that the network overplayed the dangers of COVID-19.“Kirstie, you are welcome to change the channel – just like countless viewers did every time ‘Veronica’s Closet’ came on TV. But don’t downplay the loss of nearly 230K American lives. And please, wear a mask,” CNN’s PR account tweeted.Earlier on Friday, Alley — who has been vocal with her support for President Trump — tweeted that CNN made her friends “walk around in SHEER TERROR” of contracting the virus.Also Read: Kirstie Alley Defends Supporting Trump: 'I'm Tired of Career Politicians' (Video)“I now Know why my personal friends who walk around in SHEER TERROR of contracting Covid are simply CNN viewers! I decided to watch CNN myself to get a their viewpoint and oh my God DID I EVER!!!! IF YOU TOO WANT TO LIVE IN TERROR WATCH CNN!! FEAR OF DYING IS THEIR MANTRA! OMG!” Alley tweeted on Friday morning.Alley starred as Veronica on NBC’s “Veronica’s Closet,” a sitcom about a woman who runs a lingerie company, from 1997 to 2000. The series was canceled after three seasons due to low ratings.As of Friday, over 8.9 million Americans have tested positive for the virus and over 229,000 have died from COVID-19, according to Johns Hopkins University.Kirstie, you are welcome to change the channel – just like countless viewers did every time “Veronica’s Closet” came on TV. But don’t downplay the loss of nearly 230K American lives. And please, wear a mask.— CNN Communications (@CNNPR) October 30, 2020Read original story CNN Claps Back at Kirstie Alley With ‘Veronica’s Closet’ Diss At TheWrap
Cuomo responded to Trump’s attacks on him, Dr. Fauci, and on CNN’s coverage of COVID-19, which Trump said Americans are tired of hearing about.
The newsman cut off Lara Trump as she denied mocking Joe Biden's stutter but claimed the Democrat had a `'cognitive decline."
Cuomo said Trump’s actions over the last few days have removed any compassion he might have had for the president.
A former adviser released audio of the First Lady talking about kids separated from their parents, the media, and her disdain for decorating the WH.
Jake Tapper said it wasn’t even a debate, just a disgrace, while Van Jones was solely focused on what Trump didn’t say.
Leading political analysts, from all sides of the political spectrum, gather for PaleyIMPACT: James P. Jimirro Media Impact Series: Debating the Debates: A Paley Town Hall on September 23, 2020, to comment on the efficacy and importance of the upcoming presidential debates. After a welcome from Paley Center President and CEO Maureen Reidy and comments from James P. Jimirro, the conversation begins. Topics include: debates as "X-rays" of the candidates' personalities; avoiding talking points and simple "gotcha" moments; expectations for the Trump/Biden debates, as neither are "masters of detail"; tough questions about veterans and whether they are used as "props" by politicians; why press accounts often differ from viewers' perceptions of debate outcomes; why young first-time voters shouldn't rely only on social media reactions; the demoralizing impact of political violence; why moderators should challenge candidates' non-factual claims in real time; the Supreme Court fight; and advice for Chris Wallace, including the need for preparation, humility, and careful listening. Participants: James Carville, Democratic Strategist / Podcast Cohost, 2020 Politics War Room; Michael Goodwin, Columnist, The New York Post / Contributor, Fox News; Amy Holmes, Political Columnist and Writer, Real Time with Bill Maher; Frank Luntz, Contributor, Fox News, CNBC / Host, Fridays with Frank; Michael Steele, Former Chairman, Republican National Convention / Political Analyst, MSNBC Moderator: Marie Hardin, Dean, Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications, Penn State University Guest: James P. Jimirro, creator and founding president, The Disney Channel and Walt Disney Home Video Host: Maureen Reidy, President and CEO, The Paley Center for Media
Cuomo questioned how so many Americans can accept the blatant hypocrisy on the part of Trump and Senate Republicans.
Ted Wheeler responded to reports that Barr looked into having him and other city officials arrested for their handling of Black Lives Matter protests.
After getting over the initial shock, the panel went on to poke large holes in Barr’s comparison.
Cuomo questioned how Republicans who call themselves pro-life could have remained quiet when they knew Trump lying about the dangers of COVID-19.
Joe Prude contradicted assertions that his brother was a drug addict, saying Daniel Prude unknowingly smoked something laced with PCP.
The panel said Melania brought something new to the convention with her message of unity and understanding.
There was nothing soft or fluffy about the way Anderson Cooper took down MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Tuesday. Lindell appeared on CNN to discuss his recent assertion that he'd taken part in a July meeting at the White House about using oleandrin — a plant extract that can be fatal if consumed — as a […]
Collins has been there when Trump walked out of briefings and when he made the disinfectant suggestion, but this one moment stands alone.
Cuomo and Lemon mocked the contrasting logic of reopening schools now but postponing the election nearly 100 days from now due to safety concerns.
Though he doesn’t want police departments defunded, Perry agrees with many of the reforms being called for.