CNN commentator Van Jones verbally sparred with a conservative journalist — and even some bystanders — for nearly 30 minutes during the Republican National Convention last week. Owen Shroyer approached Jones for an interview in Cleveland — and Jones eagerly accepted the challenge....
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Thursday marked the final day of the Republican National Convention and Donald Trump himself was the grand finale. Trump’s speech was well received by the crowd but CNN commentator Van Jones wasn’t having any of it. “I've never felt this way in my life,” Jones stated, “You're either inspired by this or you're terrified by it. Show More Summary
The ideological divisions afflicting the U.S. right now are so deep that it is difficult to imagine how we will ever have a functioning democracy. We cannot seem to agree on even the most basic values. Some people are trying to raise...Show More Summary
CNN's Van Jones said tonight he was absolutely terrified by Donald Trump's "dark" and mean-spirited convention speech.
In a very bizarre attack against the GOP Wednesday evening, CNN political commentator Van Jones seemingly channeled his inner child by referring to the party as “doggie poo.” “The problem is that good tasty gumbo continues to be ruined...Show More Summary
During CNN’s coverage of the Republican National Convention on America’s Choice 2016 on Monday, panelist Van Jones went off the rails and declared the whole event an unabashed “hate-fest.” “What I will say is this. Up until now, up until this moment, I was not saying borderline hate-fest. Show More Summary
CNN's Van Jones had some serious problems with the portion of tonight's Republican National Convention that focused on victims of crimes committed by illegal immigrants.
CNN Commentator Van Jones made an unconventional point on Saturday about the ongoing discussion of race relations and law-enforcement in America. "[Black people and the police] literally are having and describing the same experience,"...Show More Summary
The peaceful BLM protests around the country aren't equivalent to the violence against police in Dallas. CNN commentator Van Jones scolded counterpart Buck Sexton on Friday when Sexton tried to link the Black Lives Matter movement to Thursday night’s mass shooting in Dallas, Media Matters reported. Show More Summary
Political consultant and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich announced during a live Facebook stream on Friday, along with his former “Crossfire”co-panelist Van Jones, that white people have no idea what it’s like to be black in the U.S. Show More Summary
CNN commentator Van Jones scolded counterpart Buck Sexton on Friday when Sexton tried to link the Black Lives Matter movement to Thursday night’s mass shooting in Dallas, Media Matters reported. “I think that what’s actually fueling this is not some placard or what somebody said...
On day one of the big Politicon event in L.A., Ann Coulter butted heads with Van Jones in a debate on the state of America.
CNN analyst Van Jones made his case on Tuesday for progressives to side with Hillary Clinton in the upcoming presidential election, arguing that the country’s character is also on the ballot this November. “If you’re a progressive, that’s a tough thing to do, given where...
Van Jones predicted that black voter turnout could well determine the next president. And according to the NAACP, that weighty percentage is being diminished by discriminatory policies at the state level. What impact will it have on the November election?
CNN contributor Van Jones responded to Trump's call for racially profiling with a few pointed statements condemning the new plan
After Donald Trump displayed a willingness to racially profile Muslim-Americans, CNN contributor Van Jones suggested hed be better off targeting white men.
CNN contributor Van Jones responded to Donald Trump’s call to racially profile Muslims on Monday by pointing out that Americans were “seven times more likely to be killed by a right-wing extremist.” During a Sunday interview, the presumptive GOP nominee suggested that he would...
I'm speaking at Politicon, the “Non-Partisan Politics and Entertainment Fan-Fest,” June 25-26 in Pasadena. It's gonna be fun AND totally weird in the best way. Sessions include an “Ann Coulter vs. Van Jones” smackdown, and Jon Ronson...Show More Summary