CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer apparently believes that former NBA star Dennis Rodman can create “positive” change in North Korea when he travels there again this week. Blitzer probed CNN international correspondent Christiane Amanpour on Wednesday over the likelihood that Rodman will be able to negotiate the release of an American prisoner in the reclusive Stalinist state.
A panel of political guests joined CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer on Tuesday to dig into recent polls showing President Barack Obama’s job approval slipping in the last two months. The panel guests unloaded on the president, with CNN correspondent John King observing that Obama is “0 for 13” in recent accomplishments which has depressed his base. Show More Summary
The 5pm broadcast of The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer with the highest-rated show on CNN Friday evening with 194K in the 25-54 demo and 754K total viewers. Those numbers were enough to beat MSNBC's The Ed Show, which had 147K in the demo and 572K total, but not enough to beat Fox News' The Five, which had 341K in the demo and 2.123M total viewers.
Long before he ruined the reputation of ESPN, Ron Burgundy was both idolized and justifiably feared by CNN anchors. Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper and Chris Cuomo spoke with Funny or Die about the legendary anchorman.
With 155K viewers, Piers Morgan Live was the highest-rated show in the 25-54 demo on CNN's prime time line-up Tuesday night. The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer at 6pm was a close second at 6pm with 150K, followed by Anderson Cooper's 10pm broadcast with 147K.
(CNN) - The wife of former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said she and her husband have moved on from last year's election. "We don't look back," Ann Romney said in an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer airing on the "Situation Room" Wednesday. "Neither one of us ever look back." But with President Barack Obama […]
As the "Anchorman 2" promo tour continues to blur the lines of fiction and reality more and more, three of America's top newsmen have come together to share their experiences with Ron Burgundy.
From Rickey.org In an alternate universe, Ron Burgundy is a real anchorman. And one time he tried to poison Wolf Blitzer. At least according to this mockumentary. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
In just over a week, fans will be clamoring to see Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. Fans who are really eager to see the film can see it in six days if they purchase Fandango's special Superticket for the sequel. But in the meantime, we have another piece of promotion for the comedy, and it doesn't spoil any of the jokes from the film. Show More Summary
CNN anchors Wolf Blitzer and Anderson Cooper share their experiences with the legendary anchorman. Did you know Ron was responsible for the Berlin Wall? [...]
Ron Burgundy's Colleagues Come Clean 3:12 Veteran CNN anchors Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, and Chris Cuomo recall their experiences with Ron Burgundy. Submitted by: jeanfunnyordiecom Regular Keywords: anchorman2 anchor news anchorShow More Summary
Funny or Die has posted a new segment in which CNN anchors Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, and Chris Cuomo recall their experiences with Ron Burgundy, the star of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. Check it out below!
The Anchorman 2 promotional mega-blitz rolls on this week, and now the film is collaborating with some of CNN's biggest names. A new documentary-style video produced by Funny or Die features dead-pan delivery from Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper and Chris Cuomo about their supposed decades-long rivalries with Will Ferrell's new anchor Ron Burgundy.
Click here to view this media "An Awkward Transition" indeed. Jarring. via Politico CNN's Wolf Blitzer caused a bit of a stir transitioning out of reporting on the Iranian nuclear deal Saturday night: "I'm Wolf Blitzer, reporting from Washington. Show More Summary
CNN's Wolf Blitzer has never been accused of being the smoothest, most polished cable news personality. But his "deer in a headlights" awkward, on-air style reached new heights (or lows) this weekend when he wrapped up a report on the...Show More Summary
Coming out of a breaking news segment detailing Secretary of State John Kerry's Iran deal announcement late Saturday evening, CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer threw to the network's special documentary about the assassination of John F Kennedy. He just could have done it a li'l more gracefully...
Waaaaaaah: “What we really need is an anti-bullying ordinance in the Senate,” Paul told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on Thursday, referring to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.). “I mean, now we’ve got a big bully. Harry Reid says he’s just gonna break the rules and make new rules.” “He’s gotta have everything his way, he’s gotta control everything. Show More Summary
The Kentucky Senator believes Reid is a “bully” for invoking the nuclear option. “I think what we really need is an anti-bullying ordinance in the Senate,” Paul told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer. “I mean, now we’ve got a big bully, Harry Reid says he’s just going to break the rules and make new rules. Never been […]
CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin joined anchor Wolf Blitzer on Thursday shortly after Senate Democrats passed the “nuclear option” to reform the filibuster rules and prevent Republicans from blocking President Barack Obama’s judicial nominees.
During a lively debate with Paul Begala on CNN, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann told Begala and Wolf Blitzer that she lost her health insurance under Obamacare and is going to have to sign up for the D.C. exchanges, but wants to wait until the website, with the glitches and information errors, gets properly fixed.