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.
Anderson Cooper pointed out some of the wild beliefs held by the doctor Trump retweeted because she touted hydroxychloroquine.
Cuomo questioned how kids can go back to school safely if those working in the White House aren’t even safe from the coronavirus.
Trump mocked Portland’s mayor, who described a city under siege and an “indiscriminate use of tear gas” by federal agents.
“The ReidOut,” Joy Reid’s new 7 p.m. MSNBC program, topped the time slot in total viewers with its Monday debut. Unfortunately, the new show still settled for a fairly distant third place among adults 25-54, which is the key demographic for companies advertising on news programming.Erin Burnett on CNN won the demo in the hour, when 384,000 of her 1.332 million total viewers were between the ages of 25 to 54, according to Nielsen estimates.Reid drew 2.627 million total viewers last night, with 285,000 of those coming from the key demo. That key-demo tally would technically not be last place on cable news if you counted HLN, but this is generally considered a three-horse race.Also Read: Former Fox News Anchor Alisyn Camerota Says Network Is 'Rotten to the Core' (Video)Reid’s overall audience sum made the “ReidOut” launch the second most-watched regularly scheduled episode in the MSNBC time slot ever. A “Hardball” episode from Sept. 27, 2018 drew 2.77 million total viewers.On Fox News Channel, “The Story” at 7 received 2.142 million total viewers, with 334,000 of them coming from the key demo. For the most recently completed quarter, Fox News won the hour in both the key demo and among total viewers.Monday’s “ReidOut” debut featured presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Mayors Keisha Lance Bottoms and Lori Lightfoot. Tuesday’s episode will feature Sen. Kamala Harris and former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.Also Read: Chris Matthews Admits Harassment Accusation That Led to His Ouster 'Was Highly Justified'Reid, the host of MSNBC’s weekend morning talk show “AM Joy,” took over at 7 p.m. for Chris Matthews, who resigned from the channel in March after being accused of sexual harassment.Matthews resigned March 3 following a week of bad press that began when he held a combative interview on Feb. 26 with then-Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren that was widely criticized as sexist. Among other things, Matthews was criticized for disregarding accusations of sexually inappropriate comments against Mike Bloomberg by a former employee and appearing to chastise Warren for saying she believed the accuser, whose account was corroborated by a coworker.But things got worse two days later, when journalist Laura Bassett publicly accused Matthews of making repeated sexist comments to her when she appeared on his show in 2016. Matthews apologized on-air to Bassett on the March 2 episode of “Hardball,” then abruptly announced his retirement. In April, he told Vanity Fair “I thought it was very credible and certainly within the person’s rights to write that article, of course. That was highly justified. Basically, as I said, to repeat myself, it’s inappropriate in the workplace to compliment somebody on their appearance, this is in the makeup chair, and I did it.”Read original story Joy Reid’s ‘ReidOut’ Debut Wins Time Slot for MSNBC in Total Viewers, but Loses in Key Demo At TheWrap
Cuomo was beside himself that President Trump would take time to endorse a product, whose CEO praised him, in the middle of a pandemic.
Acosta says there are “no more adults” at the White House who will level with President Trump.
Multiple players and the players association have called for Loeffler to walk away from the WNBA due to her derogatory language aimed at Black Lives Matter.
Carlson doubled down on his claim that Duckworth, a Purple Heart recipient, hates America, while expanding his targets to include Congresswoman Ilhan Omar.
Carlson claimed the Purple Heart recipient hates the United States because she’s willing to listen to those who believe George Washington statues should be removed.
Mark McCloskey didn’t like Chris Cuomo’s line of questioning from the very start of the interview.
Cuomo slammed Gov. DeSantis for prematurely opening Florida to please Trump and railing against the media for questioning him.
Donald Trump tweeted a video doctored with fake CNN chyrons -- which never aired on the news network -- and then bizarrely claimed that the bogus clip was evidence of "fake news." In Trump's tweet posted June 18, the video shows two small boys, one Black and one white. It's edited to make it falsely […]
CNN hosted a second town hall on Saturday in partnership with "Sesame Street." This time, CNN anchor Erica Hill and CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta taught kids and their families about coronavirus through lessons from beloved "Sesame Street" characters and special guests, including gold medal-winning Olympic gymnasts Simone Biles and Laurie Hernandez and […]
Cuomo thought it was both funny and sad at the same time that the president’s re-election campaign reacted the way it did.