Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) said that if she is elected president, she will give Congress 100 days to act on gun control. If they don’t, she’ll take matters into her own hands, she said during a CNN town hall Monday. Harris supports universal background checks and an assault weapons ban, and told the audience she
Sen. Elizabeth Warren avoided answering a college student who asked her during a CNN town hall how she would be different from former President Barack Obama if she were elected. Warren and Obama have significant history with one another. In 2010, Obama picked Warren to create the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a federal watchdog agency
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), one of the first Democrats to officially announce a 2020 presidential run, pulled no punches when discussing her vision for the future of America’s healthcare system during a CNN Town Hall. During the event, Harris called for the complete elimination of the private healthcare system, citing issues like paperwork and wait
CNN is continuing to push back against claims by Marjorie Stonemason Douglas High School junior Colton Haab that it tried to make him ask a “scripted question” at its town hall on guns on Wednesday evening, releasing a set of emails that it exchanged with Haab during the run-up to the event. Haab told local
Watch below as CNN’s Jake Tapper badgers a woman — President Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway — to publicly denounce a hate-filled supporter who attended a 2016 election rally. (Conway immediately does.) Then, watch as Jake Tapper proceeds to publicly scold Conway because Trump did not disavow hate as strongly as Tapper believes Trump should disavow hate.
David McNew/Newsmakers by Joel B. Pollak22 Feb 20180 22 Feb, 201822 Feb, 2018 CNN is disputing the claim that it asked a student who survived last week’s mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, to ask a “scripted question” at its town hall on Wednesday evening. Local Fort Lauderdale ABC affiliate WPLG reported Wednesday
CNN issued a statement Thursday morning denying that it had asked a shooting survivor to ask a “scripted question” at the CNN Town Hall on guns on Wednesday evening in Sunrise, Florida. On Wednesday evening, junior Colton Haab, a survivor of last week’s mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, told local Fort Lauderdale
Colton Haab, a student who survived last week’s mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, refused to participate in a CNN Town Hall on Wednesday night after he was told to ask a “scripted” question. Haab, a junior at the high school, told Fort Lauderdale ABC affiliate WPLG that CNN invited him to speak