During an appearance on CNN’s State of the Union Sunday, Ben Carson scolded members of the media for distorting his views on illegal immigration. Speaking to fill-in host Jim Acosta, the Republican presidential candidate argued that “[a]t some point I hope we have some responsible media which actually focuses on the problem.”
Last night, on CNN’s State of the Union, Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee defended a decision by Paraguay’s government to deny an abortion to an 11-year-old girl who was raped by her stepfather. The minor had the baby on Thursday. Pointing out that Paraguay’s policy — which makes abortion illegal except... More »
During an appearance on CNN’s State of the Union this morning, Mike Huckabee was asked about “Mainumby,” a ten-year-old Paraguayan girl who became pregnant after she was raped by her stepfather. The girl, whose name is a pseudonym, was denied an abortion and forced to carry the baby to term, despite objections from medical experts. Read more...
GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee supports Paraguay's decision to deny an abortion to a 10-year-old rape victim, he revealed in an interview Sunday. In an appearance on CNN's "State of the Union," the former Arkansas governorShow More Summary
After Jake Tapper, host of CNN’s State of the Union, asked Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina about Netflix’s announcement that it will offer a year of unlimited paid family leave, the former Hewlett Packard CEO said she opposes any requirement that employers offer their workers paid leave. “I don’t think it’s the role of […]
Said John Kasich, ridiculously, this morning on Jake Tapper's CNN show ("State of the Union").He was blabbing and avoiding the question asked.The question — I am not kidding — was whether Donald Trump was talking about Megyn Kelly'sShow More Summary
Appearing on CNN’s State of the Union on Sunday, Republican strategist and CNN contributor Ana Navarro complained that members of the press continue to ignore Democratic infighting, especially with the “Black Lives Matter” movement.
On Sunday, Jake Tapper interviewed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on CNN’s State of the Union and asked the Republican presidential candidate, “At the national level, who deserves a punch in the face?” Without hesitation Christie replies,...Show More Summary
The outspoken presidential candidate opened fire on a familiar target in an interview with CNN’s “State of the Union” during which he was asked about a common line he has used a governor.
Mediaite reports: “I think that it makes a lot of sense to send a message across this country,” Perry said on CNN’s State of the Union Sunday morning. “If we believe in the Second Amendment, and we believe in people’s right to protect...Show More Summary
The Hill reports: Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wis.) said on Sunday he is not sure if homosexuality is a choice. The 2016 GOP presidential candidate refused comment on the issue during an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “I don’t know the answer to that question,” Walker said when asked if being gay is a choice. Show More Summary
There are those who are critical of the Iran nuke deal because it calls for the lifting of sanctions. But appearing on the CNN program State of the Nation, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry notes that – the sanctions won’t be removed immediately. That Iran must qualify for sanctions removal. “It has eight years … Continue reading Kerry continues to defend Iran deal
WASHINGTON -- Republican presidential candidate and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker told CNN’s “State of the Union” that he “doesn’t know” whether being gay is a choice or if people are born gay. Walker, the front-runner in polls of theShow More Summary
Wisconsin Governor and 2016 GOP contender Scott Walker did the ol' two step on CNN's State of the Union Sunday morning when correspondent Dana Bash asked him whether he thought being gay was a choice. The question comes after Walker pretzeled himself last week on comments about gay Boy Scout leaders.
During an interview with Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on CNN’s State of the Union, Dana Bash fretted that if Republicans confront Donald Trump over his controversial comments about Mexican immigrants they risk losing the White House in 2016.
Speaking on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina sharply attacked Mr. Trump's caustic remarks on immigration and called on other candidates to speak out against him.
Appearing on CNN’s State of the Nation, a former White House adviser said that Donald Trump’s inflammatory “nativist rhetoric” is a continuation of something former vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin began in 2008, and that Democrats couldn’t be happier with the...
On CNN’s “State of the Union,” Senator Lindsey Graham suggested that voters who are impressed by Donald Trump have “lost their way,” and argued those Republican presidential candidates who believe that Trump is “speaking the truth” are wrong. Show More Summary
On Sunday, the political panel on CNN’s State of the Union with Jake Tapper blasted the Clinton campaign for the horrible optics of Mrs. Clinton use of a moving rope line to separate herself from the media during a 4th of July parade in New Hampshire.
On CNN’s State of the Union Sunday, Jake Tapper described Hillary Clinton‘s handlers using a rope to pen in reporters who were covering Clinton as she walked in a New Hampshire parade as a win-win for critics of Clinton–and the media. “A lot of Republicans loving it,” Tapper said, “because they hate us more than they hate her.” S.E. Show More Summary