A load of codswallop proves to be just the thing to get nativist Brits to abandon the EU. And the US press could take a lesson from this Good Morning Britain reporter on the art of pushing back. I'm talking to you, Wolf Blitzer. Piers...Show More Summary
As Illinois GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger appeared as a guest on Thursday's Wolf show to react to the Supreme Court ruling against President Barack Obama's executive order helping illegal immigrants get work permits, CNN host Wolf Blitzer at one point begged of his Republican guest on whether he "feels bad for" the millions of illegals affected by the decision.
“The point here, Wolf, is that this is a publicity stunt,” Paul Ryan, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, told Wolf Blitzer, of CNN, at about 6 P.M. on Wednesday, explaining why he was ignoring calls for an up-or-down House vote on gun-control legislation. Show More Summary
House Speaker Paul Ryan said on Wednesday that he only trusts Donald Trump on certain issues. During an interview on CNN, host Wolf Blitzer pressed Ryan to answer whether he trusted the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. "It depends on the issue. Show More Summary
Wolf Blitzer asked House Speaker Paul Ryan some pretty blunt questions today about his support of his party's nominee, starting with "Do you trust Donald Trump?"
CNN host Wolf Blitzer pressed Katrina Pierson on Tuesday over whether Donald Trump was changing his stance on a specific type of gun sale ban in the wake of the Orlando mass shooting attack. “Yes or no — does he believe that people on the terrorist watch list or the no-fly list should...
It was a perfect moment. Mid-afternon, June 15, 2016. CNN. Wolf Blitzer had his team of talking heads ready to bloviate on Trump versus Hillary in the context of the Orlando shooting. They had just seen a video clip of the Donald, posturing and gesticulating, the consummate blowhard, bully, and con man. Show More Summary
Prominent Bernie Sanders surrogate Tulsi Gabbard has said she is not yet prepared to endorse presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. During an appearance on CNN’s “Situation Room” with Wolf Blitzer, the news anchor asked the Hawaii Congresswoman if she still backed Sanders for president or if she would now be supporting Clinton. Show More Summary
Supposed lawmaker Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin proudly displayed his know-nothingness Monday in an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer on the issue of the Orlando massacre and guns. Ideology, he said, was what killed those 49 people—not the shooter's AR-15 assault weapon. Show More Summary
This is what Wolf Blitzer, a competent and informed television news host, declared at one point on Sunday afternoon. Forty-nine victims were known dead and at least 53 wounded in the worst mass shooting in US history—the assault by yet another crazed Muslim jihadist on the Pulse gay night club in Orlando, Fla. It’s we [...]Show More Summary
Marco Rubio is from Florida so the terrorist attack there early this morning had to be jarring to him. He was on CNN this afternoon with Wolf Blitzer talking about the attack and what he thought of the information that has so far, come to light. Show More Summary
Move over Larry Kudlow, there is a new trickle down theory in town. Recently when Wolf Blitzer asked Mitt Romney what Trump could do in order to win his support, Romney unleashed a new trickle down theory on everyone. "I don't think there's anything I"m looking for from Mr. Show More Summary
Mitt Romney gave his strongest condemnation of Donald Trump yet, telling CNN’s Wolf Blitzer that the presumptive Republican nominee is making comments that could encourage “trickle-down racism” in America. As usual, Donald Trump responded in his casual 140-character style, Fox News reported on Saturday. Show More Summary
Earlier this afternoon, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney sat down with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer to say that he doesn’t support Donald Trump for...
Mitt Romney said that Donald Trump's election could lead to what he called "trickle-down racism" spreading across the country. "I don't want to see trickle-down racism" Romney said in an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer. "Presidents...Show More Summary
First he came for the Mexican judges. Then he came for the Muslim judges. Now he is coming for the female judges. Yes, Donald Trump mouthpiece, and convicted shoplifter, Katrina Pierson, told Wolf Blitzer on Monday night that it is totally acceptable to accuse women of bias because she is a woman and doesn't have a penis like the fabulous Mr. Show More Summary
David Duke, avid Donald Trump supporter and former leader of the infamous radical Christian group the Ku Klux Klan, has recently come out on his daily radio show, The David Duke Show, with what may be his most ridiculous Trump-defending claim yet: that Wolf Blitzer is leading a massive “army of Jews” who plant lies... Show More Summary
Former KKK leader David Duke came to the defense of one of his political idols Tuesday, blaming Donald Trump’s legal problems over his scandal-plagued Trump University on a new culprit. “Jewish agent” Wolf Blitzer and the Jewish-owned media. Pointing out “the Jewish...
Donald Trump’s spokeswoman told CNN host Wolf Blitzer she doesn’t believe a tweet by Ronald Reagan’s son that the iconic GOP president would not vote for Trump. The younger Reagan tweeted on Monday night that “This most likely would be the 1st time if my father was alive...
CNN host Wolf Blitzer confronted Donald Trump’s lead spokesperson on Monday regarding his comments about a federal judge, as well as their effect on his standing among Republicans. “Who does he expect to stand beside him in the coming weeks and months?” Blitzer asked Katrina...