Kim Kardashian sat down with CNN's Van Jones to share juicy details of her highly publicized visit to the White House.
Diamond and Silk visited Washington yesterday to participate in the House Judiciary Committee hearing titled “Filtering Practices of Social Media Platforms,” and they created quite the storm, yelling at members of Congress.
President Trump’s speech in Arizona on Tuesday night was broadcast by the enemy: Trump devoted almost half of his roughly 70-minute campaign rally to attacking the news organizations who were dutifully reporting his attacks on them. As usual, CNN was doing itself no favors with its viewing audience by positioning Lemon as a news anchor reporting on an event while also editorializing incessantly.
On CNN, anchor Don Lemon had to lay down the law on political commentators Mike Shields and Neera Tanden when the two kept talking over each other.
Apparently our president has nothing more important to do than to take time out of his busy (?) day and aim criticism at Stephen Colbert. In a new interview with Time magazine, Donald Trump proves he really does watch too much TV and takes jokes aimed at him far too seriously. One assumes Trump had Colbert’s crude joke on May 1 in mind when he interrupted an interview with Time to gratuitously bring up the subject of the host of The Late Show: “You see a no-talent guy like Colbert,” says the president.
Don Lemon was hosting a panel discussion about the Democratic National Convention on CNN in the wee hours of the morning when everyone’s favorite puppet, Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog, crashed the set.
Don Lemon had a pair of guests on his CNN program Tuesday to discuss Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s recent comments about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s loss to President Barack Obama back in the 2008 Democratic Party primary. He was hoping to have a conversation as to whether it was presidential for Trump to say, “[Clinton] was going to beat [Obama,] she was favored to win, and she got schlonged.”