CNN's Jim Acosta called Trump a sad old Elvis who is like an animatronic character at Disney's Hall of Discredited Presidents.
In an interview with CNN‘s Don Lemon, D.C. Metropolitan Police officer Michael Fanone, who suffered a traumatic brain injury when he was beaten with a flagpole by a mob of former President Donald Trump’s supporters when they stormed the United States Capitol on January 6, slammed former President Donald Trump and politicians who “whitewash” and “downplay” the seriousness of the Capitol riot.
Speaking to CNN, Terry Fanone, the mother of Officer Michael Fanone, who was beaten with a flagpole by a mob of former President Donald Trump’s supporters when they stormed the United States Capitol on January 6, says she is outraged by Trump’s claim that his supporters were “hugging and kissing” officers during the attack.
CNN anchor Ana Cabrera laid out that Republicans at CPAC are celebrating a loser with their worship of Donald Trump.
CNN's Dana Bash thinks that cooperating with Republicans means that President Biden and Democrats cave on the stimulus.
CNN's Jim Acosta was surrounded by a mob at CPAC with people saying get him and threatening the cable news journalist.
Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) falsely claimed that Democrats were also at fault for the insurrection at the Capitol incited by Trump.
Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin have long had a symbiotic relationship. For Trump, who is not respected by most world leaders, Putin’s compliments and support are welcomed. For Putin, there mere presence of Trump in the White House helps lower America’s power and standing around the world.
The Trump campaign sounds like they have already given up on the Wisconsin recount according to reporting from CNN's Jim Acosta on Wednesday afternoon.
A week ago today, Donald Trump was being helicoptered over to Walter Reed Hospital. Ever since, the president, his administration and his doctor have been trying to downplay how sick he really is.
And with his poll numbers in absolute free-fall, Trump is itching to get back on the campaign trail. And he will do so in Florida this coming Monday.
Jake Tapper ended and interview with Trump adviser Peter Navarro after Navarro refused to answer why Trump lied to the American people about COVID.
Senator Angus King (I-Maine) called the cancelation of election security briefings “a pre-coverup.” King’s comments after Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe announced his office will no longer deliver in-person election security briefings to members of Congress.
President Donald Trump attacked CNN and Jim Acosta, its chief White House correspondent, following a report that quoted a source on the official coronavirus task force that he doesn’t understand the severity of the pandemic.
CNN cut off an interview with Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh after he started pushing the coronavirus patient killing drug hydroxychloroquine.
Brianna Keilar first told Murtaugh that he was lying when he tried to blame the lack of masks on Obama and Biden:
Twitter has removed a video President Donald Trump posted to his personal feed. The video in question is a CNN report about a racist white toddler chasing a black toddler before they come together in a hug parodied CNN’s “Fake News” coverage of the Trump administration, the White House said.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN’s chief medical correspondent, criticized President Donald Trump’s decision to hold a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma this Saturday, calling it “the worst-case scenario” for spreading the novel coronavirus.
CNN responded to Trump's cease and desist letter over a poll by comparing him to a dictator and calling claims factually and legally baseless.
Trump had his lawyers send CNN a cease and desist letter demanding an apology for a poll showing him losing to Joe Biden.
CNN's Jake Tapper took apart Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) for standing behind firing IGs while he blew a gasket about Barack Obama.
President Donald Trump continued promoting his “Obamagate” conspiracy theory on Twitter this morning in a joint attack against former President Barack Obama and media organizations that have printed unfavorable coverage of his presidency.