CNN's Wolf Blitzer trumpeted the resumption of diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba on his Wednesday program. He asked colleague Andres Oppenheimer, "When you think about what's gone on...over these past 54 years, it's almost breathtaking to see what's happened over the past six months or so. Don't you agree?"
On the heels of recent weeks when CNN has repeatedly included Republicans on bipartisan voter panels, with the Republican members sounding more like liberals than conservatives, on Monday's Wolf program, CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer hosted a discussion with two Republican guests who both agreed with the Supreme Court's liberal ruling that bolstered same-sex marriage.
Someone seems to think CNN’s Wolf Blitzer is “the worst.” Was it CNN’s media reporter Brian Stelter? It seemed that way when Stelter tweeted “Ugh. wolf is the worst” Friday afternoon. Stelter quickly explained the sentiment belongedShow More Summary
Fox's Greta Van Susteren finds something suspect in Brian Stelter's accidental tweet about Wolf Blitzer being "the worst."
During the 5 p.m. hour Thursday afternoon, CNN's The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer was the highest rated show in its time slot with 232K viewers in the 25-54 demo, beating Fox News' The Five, which had 193K. MSNBC's The Ed Show came in third with just 66K viewers in the demo.
Following President Obama’s statement on Supreme Court’s ruling Friday morning to legalize gay marriage in all 50 states, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer couldn’t help but marvel at how “years from now, historians will write about this week – amazing...Show More Summary
Thursday's CNN Newsroom hyped the Supreme Court's decision that again upheld ObamaCare as a "huge win for the President of the United States," as Wolf Blitzer put it. Gloria Borger and John King tied the Court decision to Congress passing the President's fast-track trade legislation earlier in the week. Show More Summary
What’s Happening —National Journal presents The Next America: Opportunity for All at the Newseum, 8:30 a.m. — CNN presents “The Seventies” with Wolf Blitzer at the Newseum, 7 p.m. Must-Read of the Day The Week‘s Paul Waldman looks at...Show More Summary
PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton was the lowest rated show across cable news Friday afternoon and evening with just 72K viewers in the 25-54 demo. During the 6 p.m. ET hour, CNN's The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer was #1 with 252K and Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier was #2 with 250K.
On a day that consisted of wall-to-wall coverage of the Charleston, South Carolina, CNN took the lead in the 25-54 demo for the 6 and 7 p.m. hours on Thursday. The second hour of The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer had 311K viewers, beating Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier, which had 218K.
Sen. Bernie Sanders laid into the Republicans and their calls to raise the retirement age and means test Social Security on Wolf Blitzer's show this Thursday: On CNN’s Wolf, Sanders said, Look, what Perry and these other guys are talking about, this is the decade-long attack on Social Security by the Republican Party. Show More Summary
Ever since Mom died last year, Dad has been filling the silence in his house with TV news, mostly CNN. He has been bombarded with so much bad news lately — floods, earthquakes, riots, ISIS — that Wolf Blitzer might as well have been reading from the Book of Revelation.Read full article >>
In a 2011 CNN/Tea Party Express Republican Debate moderator Wolf Blitzer famously asked prominent libertarian Representative Ron Paul a "hypothetical question" about the soon-to-be-operational Obamacare: What should be done when a 30-year...Show More Summary
Two Republicans who refused to buy health insurance launched GoFundMe initiatives after they had health problems. During a 2011 CNN/Tea Party Express Republican debate, moderator Wolf Blitzer famously asked prominent libertarian Rep....Show More Summary
The president of the Islamic Community Center in Phoenix, where an anti-Islam/free speech rally is taking place, told Wolf Blitzer tonight that they're using the First Amendment as a "cover for bigotry and racism."
The White House has said they don't have a "plan B" if the Patriot Act lapses by next week. On CNN today, Wolf Blitzer pressed Jen Psaki on why they don't.
In honor of its 35th anniversary celebration, CNN has put together a video of bloopers. This video has everything, Ed (not Ted) Turner, a confused meteorologists, Wolf Blitzer spitting, awkward silence, Anderson Cooper giggling beyond control and even Jeff Zucker yelling at Don Lemon from off camera. Check it out and let us know your favorite blooper in the comments section:
Hey isn’t that… CNN’s Wolf Blitzer dining with former U.S. ambassador to Denmark and local real estate mogul Stuart Bernstein on Tuesday night? Our spy said Blitzer and Bernstein (wait, doesn’t that sound like a Sunday night CBS procedural about a hot headed cop with a good heart and the retired reporter who helps him crack cold cases? No? […]
As the only other candidate running for president as a Democrat in 2016, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) cannot make it through an interview without being grilled about Hillary Clinton. On Tuesday, Sanders visited CNN to discuss his planShow More Summary
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (I-VT) on Tuesday unveiled a plan to address income inequality by taxing Wall Street speculation and using the money to eliminate college tuition. According to Sanders, it was time for candidates to do more than just talk about income inequality in...