Jake Tapper slammed Rush Limbaugh for mocking Pete Buttigieg's marriage when Limbaugh has been married multiple times.
While Bill Maher thinks Trump had a great last week, his view of the future is bleak for Democrats unless they pull things together.
Besides holding a sign behind Graham's head saying he'll lie for rubles, Triumph also trolled the Senator with absolutely ridiculous questions.
CNN Democratic debate viewers, including Stephen Colbert, couldn't help but notice one of the moderators seemed to be against Bernie Sanders.
Chris Cuomo had some harsh words for the president after he retweeted a doctored picture of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer wearing traditional Muslim clothing.
Though Cory Booker agrees Qasem Soleimani was a threat to Americans, he has concerns President Trump didn't consider the repercussions of the deadly airstrike.
During a Wednesday appearance on CNN, retired Gen. Wesley Clark flung his cellphone across the room after it rang live on air.Clark was discussing about foreign affairs, diplomacy, and security forces in Iraq during a remote interview in the moments leading up to the disruption. When the phone went off, he just got it out and tossed it, telling “CNN Newsroom” anchor Jim Sciutto, “Sorry about that.”“That is the best reaction to a ring I’ve seen on the air,” Sciutto responded. “Nicely done, General.”Also Read: Mobile Killed the TV Star: Time Spent on Cell Phones Surpasses Daily Television ViewershipThe guest noted someone “caught it” off-camera, and then continued discussing Iraq and Iran.Prior to the offending ring and subsequent throw, the general had been talking about the United States’ reaction to protests that affected the embassy in Baghdad.“I’m glad we used diplomacy,” he told Sciutto. “I’m glad to see the Iraqi government being able to get its security forces engaged in this point. But this is like by the Iranians … this is like landing a left jab in a 12-round boxing match. This is just one more punch, so they’ve taken out and attacked some Saudi oil facilities. They were put back in place.”Clark served as a military analyst for CNN during the Iraq War in 2003.Clark did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the state of the phone after the toss or whether he was able to return the missed call.Read original story Retired Gen Wesley Clark Throws Phone Across CNN Set After It Rings During Segment (Video) At TheWrap
Singer Linda Ronstadt said President Trump is "exactly the same" as Adolf Hitler, citing Trump's demonization of Mexicans when announcing his candidacy.
Nancy Pelosi had some harsh words for President Trump in response to a tweet, but reiterated that she prays for him and his family.
John Kennedy walked back statements he'd made on Fox News on Sunday and refuted Trump's claims that Ukraine hacked the DNC in 2016.
Anderson Cooper had a laugh at Nikki Haley's expense after the former U.N ambassador said Trump is truthful.
Count journalist Soledad O’Brien among the many who disapprove of CNN’s hiring of Sean Duffy as a conservative contributor.
"The View" co-hosts Abby Huntsman and Joy Behar dismissed presidential hopeful Amy Klobuchar's recent accusations of sexism.
Although she's overall satisfied with the impeachment inquiry and the Democrats handling of it, Alyssa Milano found common ground with Republicans on one issue.
Attention, Shepard Smith: You could have a job waiting for you at CNN. Jeff Zucker, the president of CNN Worldwide, suggested at an event held by the network Thursday that the AT&T-owned news outlet would be "open" to speaking with the former Fox News Channel anchor when he is allowed to start looking for a […]
Don Lemon could barely keep it together as he laughed so hard he snorted while talking about Trump's claim to be building a border wall in Colorado.
Trump has spent years complaining about the New York Times and Washington Post, so it's no surprise he may no longer allow them in the White House.
Lawyers for U.S. President Donald Trump and his re-election campaign have threatened in a letter to sue CNN for what they said was the network falsely advertising itself as a news organization, calling on executives to first discuss an "appropriate resolution" to the matter that would include a "substantial" payment to cover damages. The letter, dated Oct. 16 and made public on Friday, is the latest threat by Trump to sue a media organization over what he sees as unfair media coverage since launching his 2016 presidential campaign, although no lawsuits have been filed. Rebecca Tushnet, a professor of false advertising law at Harvard Law School, said there was "no merit" to the letter's legal arguments and that she doubted a lawsuit would ever be filed.
The former secretary of defense took jabs at Trump's draft deferments, his diet, and took the president's latest insult as a compliment.
Viewers of the Democratic debate overwhelmingly agreed that the question based on Ellen and George W. Bush's friendship was a waste of time.
Protestors in the audience interrupted the Equality Town Hall to bring awareness to violence against trans women of color.
Inspired by Ellen's defense of her friendship with George W. Bush, Neil Cavuto praised some big names from competing cable news networks.
Jake Tapper and Anderson Cooper operate in different lanes at CNN. Cooper is the affable primetime newsman; Tapper is the Washington anchor focused on government and the White House. What circumstances might get them to join forces? The duo held forth at 11 p.m. on CNN for a few nights last week — not the […]
Rudy Giuliani admits to urging Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden in bizarre, heated interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo.