That was enough to get the attention of Rep. Peter King (R-NY), who joined Wolf Blitzer on CNN to discuss the threats Tuesday afternoon. The congressman said we should be taking the threats "very seriously" without letting them disrupt our every day lives.
We're all excited about Jeb Bush's Twitter announcement of his Facebook announcement that he might announce something between now and the end of time on 2016. But it's 12:23 p.m., for god's sake.
In her so-called "exit interview" from Congress, outgoing Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) told Wolf Blitzer that she is not ruling out a presidential run in 2016, and at the very least wants to be a part of the conversation surrounding the Republican candidates.
Wolf Blitzer will have David Rothkopf, CEO and editor of Foreign Policy magazine, on “Wolf” at 1 PM ET this afternoon to discuss his new book “National Insecurity: American Leadership in an Age of Fear.” Detailing post-9/11 America’s...Show More Summary
MSNBC's PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton came in distant third place in the 25-54 demo ratings Tuesday afternoon, averaging just 82K viewers. CNN's The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer more than doubled Sharpton's numbers with 200K and Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier more than tripled them with 292K.
Senator Dianne Feinstein, the chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, got really testy with Wolf Blitzer today about whether the torture report her committee released might put Americans at risk.
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… The Non-Silence is deafening I got a good laugh last week when the next President of the United States, Dr. Ben Carson, said this in response to being called out by Wolf Blitzer for comparing America to...Show More Summary
“No treble” for CNN’s Wolf Blitzer? Last evening during CNN Heroes, the television special honoring the humanitarian contributions of individuals around the globe, Anderson Cooper introduced a video clip of some of Wolf’s private moments...Show More Summary
CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin blasted Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) on Thursday for blaming Eric Garner’s death on New York City’s cigarette taxes, Media Matters reported. “It’s an extrapolation,” Toobin told host Wolf Blitzer. “It’s an inclusion of an agenda...
Shortly after Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) joined Wolf Blitzer on CNN to discuss the Eric Garner case and other issues, legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin appeared on The Situation Room and pushed back on Paul's characterization of the incident. While Paul was focusing on the issue of cigarette taxes, Toobin stressed that this was really a case about excessive force by police.
With the protests against the grand jury decision in the Eric Garner case entering their second night, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) appeared on CNN where host Wolf Blitzer asked him to weigh in on his potential 2016 presidential opponent Hillary Clinton's recent comments on the matter. On this issue at least, it appeared there wasn't much daylight between the two politicians.
During an interview with CNN Wednesday night, Rep. Peter King (R-NY) told Wolf Blitzer that Eric Garner "most definitely" would not have died from being placed in a chokehold by police if he didn't have "asthma and a heart condition and was so obese." King started his segment by calling Garner's death "tragic," then quickly switched gears. Show More Summary
Following the announcement Wednesday that a Staten Island grand jury declined to indict the NYPD officer who placed Eric Garner in a fatal chokehold, Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) told CNN's Wolf Blitzer that Garner would not have died if...Show More Summary
Ben Carson has compared the United States to Nazi Germany, and when CNN’s Wolf Blitzer called him on that, Carson admonished him not to focus on his words. Earlier this year, Carson had told the conservative news outlet Breitbart that the U.S. was “very much like Nazi Germany” because President Barack Obama was using the [...]
Rep. Peter King (R-NY) followed up on his tweet thanking the grand jury for deciding not to indict the officer who killed Eric Garner with a chokehold by explaining his take on the case to CNN's Wolf Blitzer Wednesday evening. Despite...Show More Summary
CNN host Wolf Blitzer challenged Washington Times columnist and potential 2016 presidential candidate Ben Carson for past comments comparing the US government to Nazi Germany and the Affordable Care Act to slavery. On the December 3Show More Summary
Possible Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson on Wednesday lashed out at CNN host Wolf Blitzer for “focusing on the words” that he used when he compared the United States to Nazi Germany. Earlier this year, Carson had told the conservative news outlet Breitbart that the U.S....
Dr. Ben Carson, Professor Emeritus of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins University and author of "One Vote: Make Your Voice Heard," debated with CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer over Carson's remarks about America and Nazi Germany and that Obamacare was "the worst thing that has happened in this nation since slavery" on Wednesday. Show More Summary
When Dr. Ben Carson sat down with CNN's Wolf Blitzer for a wide-ranging interview Wednesday, the first thing the anchor wanted to know was whether the potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate agreed with recent comments made by former NBA star Charles Barkley on the situation in Ferguson, Missouri.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer asked Urban League President Marc Morial Wednesday afternoon if events like Ferguson are "not supposed to be going on" due to the fact that America has an African-American president, attorney general, and secretary of Homeland Security.