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Huntsman: “Technology Has Not Yet Been Developed’ For Mitt 3.0

Jon Huntsman, the former Utah governor and presidential candidate was asked about another potential Romney run on CNN’s “State of the Union”. “Like” Liberaland on Facebook, please Now read this:Hillary Clinton Has Double-Digit Lead Over Potential Rivals (Jan 24, 2015) Corn: Why Liberals Should Embrace ‘Progressive Champion’ Mitt Romney (Jan 23, 2015) Mitt Romney Acknowledges [...]

Huntsman: ‘Technology Has Not Yet Been Developed’ for Mitt 3.0

6 days agoNews : Mediaite

Mormon former-governor shade was thrown on CNN's State of the Union Sunday morning, after guest-host Michael Smerconish asked former Utah Governor and 2012 GOP coulda-been Jon Huntsman the odds for "Romney 3.0," a reference to former Massachusetts Governor and 2012 presidential coulda-been Mitt Romney's indication that he's trying for the presidency again.

Wolf Blitzer Delivers Special Message to SOTU Bingo Winner

CNN’s State of the Union Bingo debuted last night and the big winner was Coral Sherman, who sent her winning tweet only 15 minutes into President Obama’s speech. Polite laughter, freedom, bipartisan applause and Michelle were the key...Show More Summary

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Shortly after taking the reins as Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, a man dubbed “Dr. No” for his determined opposition to President Obama’s domestic agenda, told CNN’s State of the Union that Americans “want us to look for things...Show More Summary

CNN Asks Convicted Felon Bernie Kerik His Opinion On NYPD Tensions

Dana Bash, the (temporary?) replacement for Candy Crowley on CNN's State Of The Union addressed the issue of the NYPD's tumultuous relations with N.Y.C. Mayor, Bill DeBlasio. At the funeral of slain officer Wenjian Liu, NYPD once again...Show More Summary

2015: A Year of Action on Guantanamo Bay

Appearing on CNN's State of the Union program on Sunday, December 21, President Obama was defiant. "I'm going to be doing everything I can to close," the detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Obama flatly said to CNN's Candy Crowley. "It...Show More Summary

Sorry Senators and Governors, CNN’s Got a Missing Plane to Cover

last monthNews : Mediaite

An array of current, former, and outgoing officeholders scheduled to appear on CNN's State of the Union this morning got bumped at the last minute. Guess why!

Sony Hacks An Act Of War Say Key Republicans – President Obama Disagrees

Earlier today, both President Obama and key Republican leaders responded to the recent Sony Hack attacks allegedly committed by North Korea. In an interview conducted by Candy Crowley on CNN’s State of the Union, President Obama was asked about the Sony hacks, and how he thought the United States should respond. Show More Summary

Obama: ‘I’m Going To Do Everything I Can To Close’ Gitmo

President Obama reasserted his vow to close the prison and Guantanamo Bay. “I’m going to be doing everything I can to close it,” Obama said on CNN’s “State of the Union with Candy Crowley,” program in an interview taped on Friday. “It is something that continues to inspire jihadists and extremists around the world, the [...]

John McCain: No, Obama, Sony Hack Was 'Warfare'

President Obama characterized the Sony hack this morning as "cyber vandalism" and "not an act of war," and Republicans including John McCain would beg to differ, reports the Hill. Also appearing on CNN's State of the Union, McCain charged that "the president does not understand this is a manifestation of...

Candy Crowley Ends CNN Tenure with President Obama Interview

Candy Crowley ended her tenure as host of CNN’s “State of the Union” with an exclusive interview with President Barack Obama. The two discussed North Korea’s cyber-attack on Sony Pictures, normalizing relations with Cuba, Russia, Iran,...Show More Summary

Obama Tells CNN Sony Not A “Bad Actor” In “Cyber Vandalism” Storyline – Video

CNN this morning airs in its entirety President Obama's sit-down with Candy Crowley — his last interview of the year and her last telecast as host of CNN's State of the Union  -  and discussed Sony's response to North Korea's cyber attack of the studio over its release of The Interview, among other subjects. Show More Summary

Obama Tells CNN Sony Not A “Bad Actor” In “Cyber Vandalism” Storyline

CNN this morning airs in its entirety President Obama's sit-down with Candy Crowley — his last interview of the year and her last telecast as host of CNN's State of the Union  -  and discussed Sony's response to North Korea's cyber attack of the studio over its release of The Interview, among other subjects. Show More Summary

Obama: Sony Hack ‘Was Not an Act of War’

last monthNews : Mediaite

President Barack Obama branded the hacking of Sony Studios and subsequent threats against the release of The Interview cyber vandalism on CNN's State of the Union Sunday morning, but argued that companies needed to resist the pressure to change operations, not only for the future of the entertainment industry but the news industry as well.

Obama Calls North Korean Hack 'Cybervandalism'

last monthNews : The Two-Way

On CNN's State of the Union, the president expanded on earlier remarks he made criticizing a decision by Sony Pictures to pull distribution of The Interview.

Rep King: 'We Have to Stop This Self-Loathing'

Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union with Candy Crowley," Rep. Peter King (R-NY) said America has "to stop the self-loathing" while commenting on the Senate Democrats' report on the CIA's enhanced interrogation techniques. King said,Show More Summary

George W. Bush Thinks His Little Brother Can Beat Hillary In 2016

Dubya is back on the morning talk shows again. This time he went on CNN to hype up his brother Jeb's potential 2016 Presidential campaign: "He knows I want him to run," the former president told Candy Crowley on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday. Show More Summary

Bush: Jeb My Brother Would Beat Hillary My Sister-in-Law

Sunday on CNN's "State of The Union," President George W. Bush told host Candy Crowley that his brother Jeb would beat his "sister-in-Law," Hillary in an 2016 presidential head to head. Crowley asked, "You've often referred to Bill Clinton...Show More Summary

Who Should Replace Candy Crowley on CNN’s State of the Union?

2 months agoNews : Mediaite

After 27 years with the network, Candy Crowley unceremoniously left CNN on Friday with little more than a short memo from president Jeff Zucker, leaving the flagship Sunday morning show State of the Union without a host.

Jeh Johnson: 'Our Borders Are Not Open to Illegal Migration'

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson declared that "our borders are not open to illegal migration" in an interview on Thursday's broadcast of "The Lead" on CNN. Johnson stated "the numbers [of illegal immigrants] are actually way down from where they were last summer when we had that unprecedented spike. Show More Summary

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