Rick Santorum has never been known for his reticence to share his opinion. And this occasion was no different. He appeared on CNN’s State of the Union this past Sunday.
In an interview on CNN's State of the Union on Sunday, host Jake Tapper asked [Sen. Al] Franken if he was serious when he told HBO's Bill Maher that some of his Republican colleagues "will say [Trump's] not right mentally, and then some are harsher." "Yes," Franken said. Show More Summary
On CNN’s State of the Union yesterday, Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) said that there was going to have to be an independent investigation into the...
Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) told CNN’s Jake Tapper that “a few” Republicans in Congress have grave concerns that President Donald Trump has mental health problems. Appearing on CNN’s State of the Union, Tapper asked Franken about his comments on Friday night’s Real Time on...
Democratic Sen. Al Franken on Sunday doubled down on a suggestion that some of his Republican colleagues in the Senate are concerned about President Donald Trump's mental health. In an interview on CNN's "State of the Union" on Sunday,...Show More Summary
CNN on Tuesday rebutted White House press secretary Sean Spicer's suggestion that the cable-news network had walked back comments about a top adviser's credibility. The New York Times reported earlier this week that CNN's "State of the...Show More Summary
On Sunday morning, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders appeared on CNN’s State of the Union with Jake Tapper and bluntly called Donald Trump a fraud, who misled to voters about his populist agenda. After a discussion on a variety of topics such as Trump’s apparent xenophobia, his misogynistic behavior, and the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch... Show More Summary
Huffington Post: “Vice President Mike Pence will hit the Sunday show circuit this weekend, with stops on NBC’s ‘Meet the Press,’ ABC’s ‘This Week,’ CBS’s ‘Face the Nation,’ and ‘Fox News Sunday.’ “But CNN’s ‘State of the Union’ is noticeably [...]
Vice President Mike Pence will hit the Sunday show circuit this weekend, with stops on NBC’s “Meet the Press, ABC’s “This Week,” CBS’s “Face the Nation,” and “Fox News Sunday.” But CNN’s “State of the Union” is noticeably missing from...Show More Summary
David Axelrod wondered on CNN's State of the Union today exactly who in the White House will be able to tell President Trump not to go so off-message.
On CNN's State of the Union today, White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough reflected on the past 8 years and said the thing he's "most proud of" is how their administration has been "historically free of scandal."
There has been speculation that Hillary Clinton could run for mayor of New York City, but a close confidante says this will likely not happen. On January 8, Clinton ally Neera Tanden appeared on CNN's 'State of the Union' where host Jake Tapper asked her about the rumors. Show More Summary
Gaslighting Trump campaign manager and soon-to-be White House counselor Kellyanne Conway told CNN's State of the Union host Jake Tapper this Sunday that the stolen DNC emails publicized by WikiLeaks had an effect on the Trump campaign,...Show More Summary
CNN analyst Van Jones said Sunday it’s time for the Democratic Party to move on from 2016 nominee Hillary Clinton and embrace the party’s progressive wing. Appearing on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Jones argued that if Democrats want any victories going forward, they’ll have to prove themselves to the working class and people of color. Show More Summary
The former North Charleston, South Carolina police officer charged in the murder of motorist Walter Scott will be retried on March 1, 2017, reports CNN. A state judge declared a mistrial in the case earlier this month, after jurors could not unanimously reach a decision to convict. Although Slager was caught lying about the April […]
Senator John McCain says that current conflicts in various parts of the world may be a "sign of a possible unraveling of the world order." During an interview with CNN's 'State of the Union' on Sunday, he commented on a range of issues including the alleged cyberattacks by Russia. Show More Summary
Russia is beating the United States in cyber warfare, Senator John McCain has told CNN. The Arizona senator and Republican former presidential candidate told CNN’s State of the Union that the U.S. needed to do more to combat Russian aggression or risk the ‘unraveling of the world order.’ In an interview with CNN‘s Jake Tapper,... Show More Summary
It’s possible this could happen after he assumes office. “That’s going to be up to him, the Secret Service and others who have to help decide those issues,” Kellyanne Conway said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “I will tell you that the President-elect looks at his social media accounts, a combined 25 million or [...]
This morning Kellyanne Conway appeared on CNN’s State Of The Union to declare that anything Donald Trump says on Twitter is by definition “presidential” because he is the president-elect. More from The Hill: It’s still undetermined if...Show More Summary
Kellyanne Conway's sinister suggestion on CNN's State of the Union this morning seems like something that needs greater scrutiny during Senator Jeff Sessions' confirmation hearing. During a conversation with Dana Bash, Conway made it...Show More Summary