by Pam Key13 Mar 20180 13 Mar, 201813 Mar, 2018 Tuesday on CNN’s “The Lead,” host Jake Tapper reacted to the news President Donald Trump removed Rex Tillerson as secretary of state and criticized Trump for not firing him to his face as he had on the NBC’s long-running reality TV show, “The Apprentice.” Tapper said, “It
Friday on CNN’s “The Lead,” after recapping the week, host Jake Tapper asked, “If this isn’t a tailspin, what is it?” Tapper said, “Chaos has been part of how Donald Trump has run his businesses. Chaos has been how he ran his campaign. And chaos has marked how he has run the country. But is there
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.
CNN’s anti-gun town hall event and its left-wing moderator, Jake Tapper, are facing widespread criticism over what many saw as a bullying “show trial.” Tapper is being singled out for much of the criticism from those who say he remained silent as abusive personal attacks were hurled at Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) and NRA spokesperson
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
Andrew Harnik / Associated Press by Joel B. Pollak12 Feb 20180 12 Feb, 201812 Feb, 2018 Colbie Holderness, the first ex-wife of former White House aide Rob Porter, has penned an op-ed in the Washington Post criticizing presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway for her remarks defending fellow aide Hope Hicks. Conway appeared Sunday on CNN’s State of the