CNN's Jake Tapper tried to get Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to criticize the policies of Bernie Sanders as unrealistic, but Clinton defended Sanders' perspective and ambitious vision.
Conservative Republican Major Bradley Podliska described to CNN's Jake Tapper how the Benghazi investigation shifted away from Benghazi and to Hillary. What Major Podliska described to Tapper is illegal.
On CNN's State Of The Union, Sarah Palin didn't know that "American" is not a language. She urged immigrants who come to this country to "speak American."
Donald Trump humiliated himself on CNN by claiming that if he is elected president, he is going to make the "bad" immigrants leave the US.
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), who is running for his party's presidential nomination, was trying to lead Republicans out of the hate-filled rhetorical quicksand that has propelled "wrecking ball" Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to the top of the polls, when he inadvertently admitted on CNN's State of the Union that what Trump was doing wrong was telling Hispanics "exactly what we think of you".
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) dropped a bomb on Wall Street today when during a CNN interview he vowed that if elected, the fat cats will have no place in his cabinet.
During an interview on CNN's State Of The Union, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump lied and claimed that he is drawing big crowds just like Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders.
On CNN's State Of The Union, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) announced that his presidential campaign against corporate greed, the attempted Koch hostile takeover of the government, and income inequality has now raised over $4 million from 100,000 contributors.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) stumbled and fumbled when confronted with his lack of qualifications to be president by CNN.
On CNN's State Of The Union, Speaker of the House John Boehner had the nerve to attempt to blame Obama for his own actions and attempts to sabotage the president.
During an interview on CNN, Rep. Darrell Issa embarrassed himself by first admitting that Hillary Clinton didn't break a law for which there was a penalty, but he called for criminal charges against Clinton anyway.
Rep. Adam Schiff dealt a death blow to the Clinton email scandal by going on CNN and revealing that members of the Benghazi committee have already read the Clinton emails, and they contain nothing.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) provided a sign that Netanyahu's speech to Congress has backfired as the normally hawkish senator called out the Israeli Prime Minister's arrogant statements on CNN.
Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) desperately tried to rewrite history today by implying that President Obama and Senate Democrats were responsible for the campaign of dysfunction and obstruction that he orchestrated.
CNN's Candy Crowley tried to spin Obama as an unpopular president coming down the homestretch of his second term, but she was quickly straightened out by a panel of historians who discussed the fact that the president still has plenty of juice left.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) busted House Republicans for trying to bury their own Benghazi report by releasing on the Friday night before the Thanksgiving holiday.
CNN host Gloria Borger confronted Benghazi conspiracy artist Lindsey Graham (R-SC) with the report and he chose to ignore reality and say the report was "crap".
Sen. Al Franken was having none of Ted Cruz's intentional idiocy and propaganda. On CNN's State Of The Union, Franken took down Cruz by explaining that the Texas Senator was completely wrong and didn't know what he was talking about on net neutrality.
Sen. Bernie Sanders knocked John McCain off of his usual Sunday morning warmongering turf by following a typical McCain appearance on CNN State Of The Union with a fact laced shredding of McCain's pro-war propaganda.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) flat out rewrote history today with an untrue statement that blamed President Obama for the situation in Iraq because the president didn't leave troops in the country.