Wolf Blitzer really grilled Hillary Clinton spokesman Brian Fallon today over her not cooperating with the State Department IG report on her emails out today.
What's this? Why would Wolf Blitzer cut away from that chanting mass of people? Whatever could have prompted a cable news host to shy away from that particular segment?
It's almost as if talking about 1993 reminded Blitzer that he used to actually be a reporter
Wolf Blitzer grilled Donald Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson hard today over his doubts fueling the conspiracy theories that the Clintons had something to do with the death of Vince Foster.
It was three years ago today when, following a devastating tornado in Oklahoma, CNN's Wolf Blitzer went to the scene to interview people affected by the tragedy.He eventually spoke to a woman named Rebecca Vitsmun whose family was okay but whose home was not. Show More Summary
Five days before the most Jewish state in the union held its primary, Wolf Blitzer questioned Bernie Sanders’s commitment to Israeli security. The average politician would not have seen this as an opportunity to attack his or her opponent for caring too little about Palestinian suffering. But Vermont’s socialist senator ... More »
Turner's upfront presentation this morning became the first to feature a drone and a Wolf. CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer emceed the event, which represented eight Turner networks as well as Turner Sports. Also front and center, a drone cam...Show More Summary
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While that legendary image of Blitzer's negative score is painful, re-watching the episode isn't as bad as you might think.
It’s an iconic image on the Internet: I will never, ever get tired of seeing this image of Andy Richter curb-stomping Wolf Blitzer on CELEBRITY JEOPARDY. pic.twitter.com/brFuqvNDxv — Scott Wampler (@LimitedPaper) April 4, 2016 CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, $4,600 in “Jeopardy!” debt, looks so sad. Next to him, “Desperate Housewives” star Dana Delany casts a doubtful glance, while […]
A sitting Republican senator told Wolf Blitzer today that when he and his colleagues met with Donald Trump last week, they expressed to the presumptive GOP nominee that they have concerns about his tone.
In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson gave no quarter on the three issues related dogging the GOP presumptive nominee's campaign.
Reporters Wolf Blitzer, Dana Bash and Jake Tapper question the late-night host's political decision on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
HUH, I THOUGHT THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE WASN’T A REALITY TV SHOW: “‘There’s Donald Trump’s plane at Reagan National Airport and we’ll continue to monitor the takeoff of that plane.’ — Wolf Blitzer just now.” Trump and an airplane and an airport – we may have just reached peak CNN.
“There’s Donald Trump’s plane at Reagan National Airport and we’ll continue to monitor the takeoff of that plane.” — Wolf Blitzer, on CNN.
During a discussion of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump indicating that he was willing to negotiate over both taxes and the minimum wage, and possibly end up raising taxes on the wealthy, CNN's Wolf Blitzer on The Situation Room praised the GOP candidate for having a willingness to compromise, unlike "some very conservative Republican hardliners."
Feel like taking a break from the usual dull wingnut news? Well, I've got the answer for you...an hour of great fun, discussion, media bashing and hard questions from Sean Kent and CJ Werleman. I spent some time chatting with them yesterday...Show More Summary
Donald Trump told CNN‘s Wolf Blitzer on on Wednesday that Puerto Rico has “far, far too much debt” and that the U.S. government should not bail out the island. The presumptive Republican nominee called himself “the king of debt” during the interview, referring to the fact that his long business career has included four bankruptcy... Show More Summary
Trump doesn't condemn fans threatening reporter @juliaioffe "I don't have a message" to fans https://t.co/95d0SnGj2c https://t.co/MI3lx1xVrD — The Situation Room (@CNNSitRoom) May 4, 2016 In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer lastShow More Summary
The presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump sat down with CNN's Wolf Blitzer on Wednesday to talk about his position on various issues, and when the discussion turned to Russia, the real estate mogul vowed to get tough with President Vladimir Putin. Show More Summary