House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., was asked by CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Tuesday whom she considers the current leader of the Democratic Party. “Well, President Obama was the president of the United States until a matter of weeks ago.
Carl Bernstein, a previous investigative journalist on Watergate, joined CNN’s Anderson Cooper Wednesday night to comment on the ongoing Trump-Russia connection and the leaks coming out of the White House. Most recently, CNN reported possible new evidence suggesting President Donald...
Pelosi is either an outright moron or more likely, senile. Anderson Cooper asked her a simple question: “Who is the leader of the Democratic Party?” She stuttered and couldn’t give
Anderson Cooper asked House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi in an interview tonight about who exactly is leading the Democratic party right now.
CNN's Anderson Cooper spoke with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi tonight and asked her about just how much faith the Democrats are putting in evidence of Trump campaign collusion with Russia coming out.
Posted without comment: During a panel discussion on “Anderson Cooper 360” Monday evening, Lord and seven other commentators discussed the president’s baseless claims that President Barack Obama had wiretapped Trump Tower during the campaign. When the conversation turned to Trump’s credibility, Lord appeared to be the lone guest unwilling to call the president a liar. […]
Things got heated during a Monday evening edition of Anderson Cooper 360, when Cooper's eight-person panel turned to the issue of the FBI investigation into the White House's Russia connection and Donald Trump's wiretapping claims.
Led by host Anderson Cooper, an entire CNN panel blew up on regular Jeffrey Lord who refused to admit that President Donald Trump habitually lies when — not only when he speaks — but when he tweets. Addressing Trump’s tweets about ex-President Barack Obama wiretapping his...
The unsubstantiated wiretapping allegations President Donald Trump lobbed at former President Barack Obama have continued to haunt Trump ever since he tweeted the claims less than two weeks ago. Since then, Republicans and Democrats have denounced Trump's allegations. Show More Summary
CNN's Anderson Cooper tonight opened his show by saying, "Tonight we know the President of the United States has no facts."
CNN host Anderson Cooper delivered some sass with his opening remarks on Thursday night’s AC360 calling the president out for having “no facts.” Commenting on President Donald Trump’s wild accusation of former President Barack Obama wiretapping Trump Tower prior to the...
Late Wednesday evening, news broke that another liberal judge had put a temporary hold on the implementation of President Donald Trump’s travel ban. And during CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360, commentator Van Jones voiced his approval. “An...Show More Summary
It's not that Rachel Maddown didn't have anything tonight when she revealed the first two pages o Donald Trump's 2005 tax returns, it's that she didn't have anything that would necessarily damage him. Nothing that Rachel Maddow revealed wasn't already...
The BFFs show off their big guns on a gym date.
On Thursday's Anderson Cooper 360, host Cooper got guest Jorge Ramos of Univision to admit that it is a "good thing" that illegal immigration has dropped 40 percent since President Donald Trump took office. But, after complaining that...Show More Summary
Democratic strategist Bakari Sellers, Anderson Cooper and other panelists all disagreed with conservative Jeffrey Lord Thursday night after reviewing the latest possible Russian tie to President Donald Trump. CNN unearthed an October report from Slate.com about a Russian bank that had frequent...
Former U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert Reich on Tuesday ripped the GOP House healthcare replacement plan, arguing Republican’s current attempt to push through the bill is “absurd.” Speaking with CNN’s Anderson Cooper and former Donald Trump adviser Stephen Moore, Reich said the new healthcare bill...
Anderson Cooper visited Stephen Colbert's Late Show on Monday and informed the host that he has taken active measures to keep from seeing President Trump's tweets on his newsfeed. Read more| Comments
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper on Monday night admitted that he “muted” the President of the United States on Twitter because Donald Trump represents “annoying people” you don’t want to hear. Talking to Stephen Colbert on the Late Show, the journalist allowed, “I have actually muted the president on Twitter. Don't tell him.”
"I just don't want to have that drama in my life"