Bernie Sanders. Hillary Clinton. Gwen Ifill. Judy Woodruff. Oh, and Anderson Cooper, if you're watching this on CNN.
The only difference: Anderson Cooper and a few commercials.
The typical American has to work five years to earn that much. Anderson Cooper: "But did you have to be paid $675,000 [for three speeches to Goldman Sachs]?" Hillary Clinton: "Well, I don't know. That's what they offered." Hillary is...Show More Summary
Discussing rumors of a possible Hillary Clinton campaign shakeup in an attempt to right the ship after a close race in Iowa and what looks to be like a Sanders blowout in New Hampshire, CNN’s Anderson Cooper on his eponymous program tonight made a humorous comparison to how struggling cable TV executives handle programs that just aren’t cutting it in the ratings.
Anderson Cooper: "But did you have to be paid $675,000 [for three speeches to Goldman Sachs]?" Hillary Clinton: "Well, I don't know. That's what they offered." Hillary is veering from the truth when she suggests her $225,000 per speech...Show More Summary
In Thursday’s Democratic town hall, Anderson Cooper raised an issue about Bernie Sanders that Hillary Clinton, for obvious reasons, has not: his age. The Vermont senator will be 75 this year, which means he would be the oldest person ever to enter the White House. Ronald Reagan, who currently holds...
Hillary Clinton, as is customary for any former Secretary of State, Senator/First Lady, commands a high speaking fee and thus she has collected large sums of money for various engagements. In last night's CNN Town Hall, Anderson Cooper...Show More Summary
[Content Note: Misogyny; war on agency.]Last night, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders appeared at a town hall moderated by Anderson Cooper in New Hampshire. Video, which autoplays, and a complete transcript of the event are available here.For the most part, it went exactly as one would expect. Show More Summary
Last night, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton separately took questions from a "town hall" in Derry, New Hampshire with Anderson Cooper moderating. Overall, both candidates did well, though I give the edge to Sanders (more on why in a moment). Sanders came across as passionate on the issues and concerned for ordinary Americans. Show More Summary
Rick Wilking / Reuters The candidate: Hillary Clinton The gaffe: During Wednesday night’s Democratic forum, Anderson Cooper asked Clinton whether she shouldn’t have taken $675,000 to give three speeches to Goldman Sachs. “Well, I don't know. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Hillary Clinton is false in everything, a gold-plated phony seemingly incapable of uttering a true word. At CNN’s town hall in Derry, New Hampshire, Anderson Cooper asked Hillary Clinton about her paid Wall Street paid speeches. Show More Summary
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) laid out how his faith intersects with his progressive beliefs during Wednesday’s Democratic Party town hall. Sanders’ remarks came in response to a question from CNN host Anderson Cooper. “You’re Jewish, but you’ve said that you’re not...
When asked about what she's looking for in a potential Supreme Court justice, the Democratic frontrunner took a stand for LGBT rights.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) admitted Wednesday that he is rooting for Donald Trump to win the Republican nomination. During a CNN town-hall event, Sanders told moderator Anderson Cooper that he liked his odds against the real-estate mogul. "Frankly, I'm prejudiced: I want Trump to win the Republican nomination," Sanders said. Show More Summary
Another Anderson Cooper Production, this time at the Derry Opera House in Derry, New Hampshire. The broadcast will begin on CNN at 9 p.m. Eastern / 6 p.m. Pacific. Online viewers can watch the event at CNNgo Town Hall Open Thread below....
Fox News has the top 14 shows among total viewers, while Anderson Cooper cracks the Top 10 in the demo.
Monday night began on CNN with Anderson Cooper asking "who would have thought we'd be talking about Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump winning?" The actual answer to that question is anyone who's not wedded to establishment. And MondayShow More Summary
CNN will host a town hall with Democratic presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley Wednesday night, just a week shy of the Feb. 9 New Hampshire primary. Moderated by anchor Anderson Cooper, the town hall will air live from Derry, N.H., from 8-11 PM ET, two days after this Monday’s Iowa caucuses. CNN announced the town hall today.  …
Anderson Cooper will moderate the town hall, just two days after Iowa.
He’s a total sweetheart. He’s sort of turned into a father figure to me. He reached out and offered advice after I came out. Basically, he said, ‘If you need anything, just ask. I understand what it’s like to be out in the public eye.’ He said, ‘You’re a great kid.’ So he’s been really [...]