President Barack Obama took a shot at CNN anchor Jake Tapper during the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner on Saturday. The president joked that key White House staff and members of the press corps were leaving as his presidency winds down. Show More Summary
Doing his umpteenth interview this week about hosting President Obama’s final White House Correspondents Dinner tomorrow night, Larry Wilmore seemed finally to toss the script, telling CNN’s Jake Tapper, “I know [former WHCD host] Jimmy...Show More Summary
Adopting his stand-up comic persona, Barack Obama used the opportunity of the White House Correspondents' Dinner to whine about how he is treated by reporters, in particular Jake Tapper of CNN. Referring to Richard Sherman, the All-Pro...Show More Summary
Actor Scott Foley, Scandal’s Jake Ballard — the head of B613 who secretly runs the country — arrived in Washington for the first time this weekend for the White House Correspondents' Dinner. The show shoots entirely in Los Angeles, Foley explained last night at the People magazine party. "They use... More »
Most of D.C. is excited for the White House Correspondents Dinner tonight, but the man who chronicled This Town isn't that big a fan. Journalist Mark Leibovich told Jake Tapper on Friday he's amazed that "#nerdprom" still exists because of how reviled the nation's capital is.
Joel McHale is hosting the White House Correspondents Dinner Saturday night, and gave CNN's Jake Tapper a preview of his remarks and explained why all the powerful people he'll be roasting unrepentantly will enjoy being on the serving end of the jokes.
With Joel McHale set to host this Saturday night's White House Correspondents Dinner, he decided to take his E! show The Soup down to Washington, D.C. for a special political-themed episode Wednesday night. Joining McHale will be rival cable news anchors Chuck Todd from MSNBC and Jake Tapper from CNN.
The host of everyone’s favorite clip show is taking on our nation’s capital with a very tongue-in-cheek political heavy show as he gets ready to host the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.
EXCLUSIVE: The Fighter scribes Paul Tamasy and Eric Johnson, have used their own money to option The Outpost: An Untold Story of American Valor. They will adapt the 2012 Little, Brown book written by Jake Tapper, CNN’s chief Washington correspondent and host of the news network’s show The Lead. Show More Summary
Everyone loves a party, even the gladiators on Scandal. “More Cattle, Less Bull” dealt with White House Correspondence dinner while Jake quietly burrowed into our hearts. Lisa Kudrow returned as a guest star, whom we hope sticks around. The Players: Director: Randy Zisk Writer: Jenna Bans Cast: Kerry Washington, Guillermo Diaz, Columbus Short, Darby Stanchfield, Katie [...]
Stenographer gets religious over bill passage “‘Praise be to GOD!’ House stenographer Diane Reidy is rushed off the floor and into an elevator…” — Todd Zwillich, Washington, D.C. radio correspondent for The Takeaway. Politico‘s Jake Sherman explained further, “An official house court stenographer took to the microphone & was screaming ab God. Show More Summary
Jake Tapper has been a White House correspondent, a CNN news anchor, an author, and a prolific tweeter. In several months he can add to that resumé: soap opera actor. The host of CNN’s The Lead is slated to appear in a mid-August episode of The OnLine Network's rebooted All My Children. He will play a "pushy" TV investigative reporter named Spencer Phillips.
In today's increasingly niche media landscape, CNN's Jake Tapper is happy to be a generalist. Starting Monday, the former ABC News White House correspondent anchors a new daily program, The Lead With Jake Tapper, which he promises will be a smart, wide-ranging look at the world. Show More Summary
Since exiting ABC News to move over to CNN, Jake Tapper has been seen only sporadically at his new home, offering analysis on big stories, usually involving the White House. As chief Washington correspondent, Tapper will be part of the CNN team covering President Obama's State of the Union address tonight. Show More Summary
Then-ABC News Chief White House Correspondent (soon to be CNN anchor/political correspondent) Jake Tapper caused quite a stir when he asked President Obama, at a press conference announcing a task force on gun violence, "Where've you been" on the issue. Show More Summary
Jake Tapper, ABC News' chief White House correspondent, is leaving the network to become the chief Washington correspondent for CNN, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com George Stephanopoulos This Week Jake Tapper Martha Raddatz
Jake Tapper will leave ABC, where he has been the network’s chief White House correspondent since the 2008, and will be joining CNN to fill the same role. Tapper’s decision to leave ABC was announced by ABC News president Ben Sherwood, who sent an email to staffers announcing that Jonathan Karl would become the new [...]Show More Summary
(CNN) - Jake Tapper, most recently an ABC News correspondent and author, is joining CNN as chief Washington correspondent and an anchor, the network announced Thursday. Tapper was previously the senior White House correspondent for ABC News. ABC's White House team will pick up the network's political correspondent, Jonathan Karl. – Follow the Ticker on [...]
ABC News just announced big changes at the network. Jonathan Karl has been named Chief White House Correspondent and Martha Raddatz is the new Chief Global Affairs Correspondent. Wait, isn't Chief White House Correspondent Jake Tapper's...Show More Summary
White House correspondent, Gawker pal, and Butterfly Effect fan Jake Tapper is leaving ABC for CNN. More »