Rivera and Lemon placed the blame for millions of Americans unwillingness to accept Trump’s defeat on Republican lawmakers misleading them.
Tucker Carlson doubled down on his insults aimed at the future first Lady and her education, this time questioning her ability to read and write.
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.
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.
On Thursday, former Michigan governor Rick Snyder said he will continue to support the GOP and its candidates, but he cannot support another four years of Donald Trump.
Cuomo and Lemon mocked the contrasting logic of reopening schools now but postponing the election nearly 100 days from now due to safety concerns.
Hollywood is voicing its support for the Black Lives Matter movement amid ongoing protests over the death of George Floyd.
The director has made the connection between the past and present explicit with his new short film, "3 Brothers."
George Floyd's family demands that the officers involved in the arrest be charged and convicted of murder.
Megyn Kelly hasn’t been back on television since her 2018 ouster from her NBC talk show, but she still has plenty to say about the industry and those who still do the job she once held. On Monday, the former Fox News anchor accused CNN’s Don Lemon of being biased.“CNN still pretends he is an objective news anchor (yeah, sure) while the msm recoils in horror at the bias of Fox/OANN, etc. Who do they think they’re kidding?” she tweeted, linking to an article about Lemon’s on-air frustration over President Donald Trump’s use of White House coronavirus pressers to lecture journalists. (In Kelly’s tweet “msm” refers to “mainstream media.”)Also Read: CNN's Don Lemon Cries Over Chris Cuomo's Coronavirus DiagnosisKelly has briefly resurfaced a few times over the past few months, usually to address issues of workplace sexual harassment. She trended briefly on Twitter Tuesday morning for the comments about Lemon, who anchors in primetime, just as she did when she was at Fox News. When she was at Fox News, “The Kelly File” aired at 9 p.m. ET, while Lemon’s “CNN Tonight” aired a 10 p.m. ET.Lemon is no stranger to headlines about his news delivery, especially when he has a personal connection to stories. Last week, he cried over colleague Chris Cuomo’s coronavirus diagnosis.A representative for Lemon did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Kelly’s tweet, which you can see below.CNN still pretends he is an objective news anchor (yeah, sure) while the msm recoils in horror at the bias of Fox/OANN, etc. Who do they think they’re kidding? https://t.co/JwkhpTUvgs— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) April 7, 2020Read original story Megyn Kelly Attacks Don Lemon: ‘CNN Still Pretends He Is an Objective News Anchor’ At TheWrap
Just hours after testing positive for the coronavirus, Chris Cuomo hosted his show while quarantined in his basement.
Don Lemon has had enough of Trump having to constantly clarify his comments on the coronavirus while John Kasich didn’t want to get into it.
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.
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.
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.
Fox News and CNN had a field day with Sean Spicer's flamboyant "Dancing With the Stars" debut, while Spicer claimed his shirt and song were "payback."
Presidential candidates Cory Booker and Julián Castro react to Jill Biden's suggestion that voters should look at "electability" over policy.
Don Lemon is fighting a lawsuit claiming that he sexually harassed and assaulted a man at a Hamptons bar last summer.
Don Lemon didn't mince words expressing how he feels about Trump's anti-immigrant rhetoric, or his focus on stopping illegal immigration at the southern border and not elsewhere.
Rob Goldstone, the publicist who set up the infamous 2016 Trump Tower meeting, said he was just doing his job when he promised dirt on Hillary Clinton.