Back after eight years off the air, CNN’s Crossfire didn’t exactly set the ratings ablaze on Monday. With Wolf Blitzer’s interview with President Barack Obama on Syria as a lead-in, the Newt Gingrich and Stephanie Cutter-hosted half hour show came second among adults 25-54 and third in overall viewership against its cable news rivals. Show More Summary
The debut of CNN’s “Crossfire” averaged 582,000 total viewers and 169,000 A25-54 viewers Monday evening. In the 6:30pmET half hour, “Crossfire,” hosted last night by Newt Gingrich and Stephanie Cutter, was third in total viewers andShow More Summary
Newt Gingrich and Stephanie Cutter officially kick off the new broadcast with growth compared to the last few Mondays. read more
CNN’s historic primetime show, Crossfire, relaunched last night with Newt Gingrich and Stephanie Cutter as the political pundits doubling as co-hosts of the show. Both of these political talking heads have seen their fair share of debate from covering election debates to being in them, but that political fire we’re...
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"Crossfire" debuted on Monday, hosted by Newt Gingrich and Stephanie Cutter. The two co-hosts have been in rehearsals along with Van Jones and S.E. Cupp for days, but Monday was the first night that Gingrich and Cutter put their hosting chops to the test on CNN. Show More Summary
Discussing his latest career move as star of CNN’s resuscitated Crossfire, a few days before its launch, Newt Gingrich said it is not possible to make a “neutral” documentary about Hillary Clinton. Which is just what his new network has proposed to do. Show More Summary
Tonight at 6:30 pm (hey, that’s about now), CNN will reboot Crossfire. It will feature “meaningful debate and not a cheap date” according to one online description the Google just provided me. I’m hopeful that the hosts will actually create an environment where issues of the day can be rationally discussed. I’m also keenly aware [...]
CNN’s resuscitated Crossfire unveils tonight with former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, and former Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter debating with Sen. Robert Menendez and Sen. Rand Paul as to whether Congress should approve a military air strike on Syria. Show More Summary
CNN’s Crossfire, hosted by Newt Gingrich, Stephanie Cutter, Van Jones, and S.E. Cupp, returns to television tonight.
Says Newt Gingrich, "We're going through this interesting period right now where both Van and I are very skeptical of the Syrian campaign, and Stephanie [Cutter] is the defender of the establishment."
Following a brief hiatus for a failed presidential campaign/book tour, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is returning to the world of political punditry. Starting tonight, Gingrich will serve as one of the hosts on CNN's resurrected...Show More Summary
New “Crossfire” hosts (l-r) Stephanie Cutter, Van Jones, S.E. Cupp and Newt Gingrich. When last we saw CNN’s “Crossfire,” it resembled a scene from “Animal House,” minus the togas. Eight years later, “Crossfire” has learned its manners, according to CNN. Show More Summary
On "Meet the Press" today. Gingrich is especially good. Here's his answer to Gregory's question paraphrasing Denis McDonough's argument for the strike ("It's going to be limited. Don't worry. Very, very limited, very targeted. And by...Show More Summary
Newt Gingrich has been preparing for the debut of "Crossfire," and the new CNN host said in a Friday conference call that he is still adjusting to using a teleprompter. Gingrich and his co-hosts Stephanie Cutter, Van Jones and S.E. Cupp spent the past week rehearsing for the revived debate show, which premieres Monday at 6:30 p.m. Show More Summary
Newt Gingrich and Stephanie Cutter are the two hosts for the debut edition of “Crossfire” Monday night, CNN Washington bureau chief Sam Feist revealed on a conference call with reporters this afternoon. Van Jones and S.E. Cupp are slated to host on Tuesday. The nightly program will feature two hosts and two guests each night. Show More Summary
Says Newt Gingrich, "There's a possibility that this is going to unfold differently than people expect, particularly because the American people, a fairly significant majority, are very skeptical after 12 years of fighting."
If Newt Gingrich shows signs of raising money or hiring staff for another presidential run he would have to immediately give up his new job on CNN's reborn Crossfire, a top CNN executive told Media Matters. But until that time, Gingrich...Show More Summary
Days before the re-launch of CNN's Crossfire, Newt Gingrich said in an interview with fellow Crossfire host S.E. Cupp that he won't rule out running for president again in 2016. When asked if he would "run again in the future," Gingrich replied: "I don't know. Show More Summary
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich criticized President Barack Obama for seeking Congressional approval on military action in Syria, saying he "picked the wrong topic on which to have a national debate." In a CNN op-ed published Tuesday,...Show More Summary