On CNN tonight, Bob Beckel declared that Hillary Clinton could easily beat Donald Trump even if she ends up in prison.
Appearing as a guest on Friday's New Day, liberal CNN political commentator Bob Beckel claimed that Republicans call Hispanics by the derogatory term "wetbacks" as he discussed whether Bernie Sanders will be able to win the Hispanic vote in the Nevada caucuses against Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary
Fox News' Bill O'Reilly tore into his old colleague Bob Beckel Thursday, attacking the former The Five host for saying on CNN that he was scared of Megyn Kelly.
"CBS morning news, fair. ABC's Good Morning America, fair. CNN was strange. MSNBC we don't even monitor anymore."
Harold Perrineau (Lost), Christopher Gorham (Covert Affairs), Max Arciniega (Blood and Oil), Bob Stephenson (Fight Club), Raymond Cruz (Breaking Bad), Laura San Giacomo (Just Shoot Me) and Graham Beckel (Halt and Catch Fire) round out...Show More Summary
Bob Beckel joins me in hour two of today’s program to discuss his memoir of a life breaking feee from alcoholism and drug addiction. You have no idea….
"We weren't going to say anything negative, and apparently one of their executives didn't get the memo."
During his first appearance on New Day as part of his new gig at CNN, Bob Beckel was asked by host Alisyn Camerota about his mysterious leave of absence during his tenure at Fox News and his contentious departure.
In Washington, most stories that make the newspapers and evening newscasts are about scandals and political infighting. Rarely is there one about redemption. In his new book, “I Should Be
I decided a long time ago that I had no future on TV, and then I chose to live somewhere remote from the studios that could project my face-made-for-radio into...
After being unceremoniously dumped by Fox News, liberal commentator Bob Beckel has found a new home at CNN.
He was Fox’s token angry liberal for many years until they fired him over “personal issues.” Months later, Bob Beckel has resurfaced at CNN, looking for redemption.
Bob Beckel is a rare breed in the cable news business for one reason: He somehow pulls off being a genuine, likable curmudgeon. And in doing so, he carved out a nice existence at Fox News, sparring effectively (with a filterless wit) with his political adversaries on The Five and doing weekly spots on The O'Reilly Factor.
Cable news junkies know that Bob Beckel left Fox News recently after dealing with some personal issues, but tonight he reemerged on cable news with a CNN hit.
In the aftermath of some tweets questioning Fox's "angry" statement on his departure, Bob Beckel made it clear he holds no ill will towards head honcho Roger Ailes.
Bob Beckel, whose departure from Fox News and The Five was made public this week, with a sharply-worded statement from the network that said “\"We tried to work with Bob for months, but we couldn’t hold The Five hostage to one man’s personal issues. Show More Summary
Fox fired Bob Beckel, who is struggling with addiction, and then twisted the knife for good measure These are words I never thought I would say: I feel kind of sorry for Bob Beckel. That was a strange sentence to type. I could almost feel my fingers rebelling. Show More Summary
At the very end of today's The Five, Dana Perino very briefly addressed the departure of Bob Beckel.
Fox News has had enough of The Five co-host Bob Beckel, the panel’s sole liberal voice, dumping him with some harsh criticisms. “We tried to work with Bob for months, but we couldn’t hold The Five hostage to one man’s personal issues,” said Fox News’ head Bill Shine said Thursday. Show More Summary
The co-host of The Five has long been open about his past abuse of drugs and alcohol.