Jay Carney is a stock market soothsayer. Back in March, then-White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said that the only thing to do as an investor in Russia is to short stocks, or bet that the price of stocks would fall. Here's the exchange, v ia the White House : Q: The Russian stock market is soaring the last couple days. Show More Summary
Back in March, then-White House press secretary Jay Carney offered some very explicit advice on investing in Russia: short the country. At first, it looked like an awful call as Russian stock prices surged into the summer. But as Jesse Livermore notes, now it looks smart. Show More Summary
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While illegal immigrants are breathing a sigh of relief after the President Obama speech Thursday night, pundits are pointing out some inconsistencies in the executive action that the President is taking and what he said on the issue several times throughout his presidency. Show More Summary
According to former White House spokesman Jay Carney, President Barack Obama contradicted his own past words by suspending deportations as part of his immigration executive action.
"That is literally what he is doing today.
Thursday on CNN while night reacting to President Barack Obama's speech detailing his executive action on amnesty, former Obama administration press secretary Jay Carney said the president is taking a "big risk," adding, "He has no question...Show More Summary
While current White House press secretary Josh Earnest is hesitating to outright condemn comments made by MIT professor and Obamacare "architect" Jonathan Gruber about the "stupidity of the American voter," former press secretary Jay Carney let his unfiltered feelings about them be known during an appearance on The Lead with Jake Tapper earlier today.
Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney described repeated comments by Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber insulting the intelligence of the American public as “remarkable hubris,” “not good,” and “damaging” on Thursday’s broadcast of “The Lead” on CNN. Show More Summary
Sunday on Fox News Channel's "MediaBuzz," Baltimore Sun television critic David Zurawik said CNN using former Obama administration officials as election night pundits is unacceptable. Zurawik said, "They [CNN] used the former members of Obama's administration and they let them constantly deny reality," he said. Show More Summary
Despite Keith Ablow's incessant attempts to stir controversy and draw the ire of the White House, it seems as though the Obama administration couldn't care less what he has to say.
Former Obama White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, now a political commentator for CNN, casually admitted that, yes, his party uses race to convince minorities that Republicans seek to oppress
Tuesday night on CNN, Anderson Cooper asked former White House press secretary and current CNN correspondent Jay Carney what a Republican takeover would mean for the Obama administration. “For those in the White House tonight, they’re looking at the map, it’s obviously not looking good for them,” Cooper said. Show More Summary
Jay Carney said Democrats should expect a “bad” election day next week. The comments to CNN’s Jake Tapper lay out what Jay Carney thinks Democrats should expect on Tuesday (Nov. 4), according to Mediaite. “No matter how you slice itShow More Summary
Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney admitted on CNN today that Democrats are "going to have a bad election day" any way you look at it, considering how well the Republicans are doing and how likely it is they will take the Senate.
Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, who is adapting to his new role as a CNN contributor, told Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter that the President doesn’t watch cable news, but instead is a “voracious” reader of the printed word: STELTER: Is it true the President doesn’t watch any cable news? CARNEY: It is […]
President Barack Obama and Fox News are aware of each other, but it does not appear as though the 44th president of the United States spends much time watching the channel or its cable news cousins. In an interview with CNN’s Brian Stelter...Show More Summary
Say whatever you’d like, cable newsers, President Obama is not watching. In an interview with CNN’s Brian Stelter on “Reliable Sources” Sunday, former Obama press secretary and current CNN political analyst Jay Carney described the president...Show More Summary
Former White House Press Secretary and current CNN contributor Jay Carney described his former boss' media habits on Reliable Sources Sunday morning, telling host Brian Stelter that President Barack Obama maintains awareness of cable news' outrages du jour but keeps far away from them.
"Look, it’s not a good dynamic for Democrats out there."