Jake Tapper gave the Senator from Virginia room to expand on why no one should question the FBI's investigations into Trump.
CNN anchor Jake Tapper called New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's suggestion that there "is plenty of money in the world" but "it's just in the wrong hands" "radical" on this Sunday's State of the Union.
The State of the Union host was more concerned with moving to the next segment than allowing lies to be corrected, or blame to be correctly assigned for the Trump Shutdown.
Sen. Lindsey Graham stepped all over Trump's ridiculous talking points that somehow modifying our trade deals with Mexico is the equivalent of having them pay for his stupid border wall.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham was very unhappy with CNN's Dana Bash for daring to point out that President Obama pulled troops out of Iraq because he was honoring Bush's Status of Forces Agreement.
Sen. Susan Collins tells CNN's Jake Tapper that she just doesn't know enough about Trump's mounting legal problems to pass judgment, and payoffs to porn stars, campaign finance violations, and dealings with the Russians are just what happens when you have a "campaign organization with very little experience."
A panel on State of The Union filled with Republicans gives the Democrats some 2020 election strategy advice, which is stupid and ironic, all at the same time. Why would Democrats ever take GOP advice?
On State of the Union, Republican panelists offer up their advice and analysis of the Democratic 2020 electoral strategy. And it's complete contradictory. Surprised?
Kemp's office said they "can't comment" on the specifics of the investigation, but that didn't stop them from comment on who they were accusing of the crime.
Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse knows what Fox "news" host and flame thrower Sean Hannity is doing is bad for America, but he's incapable of saying that without trying to lump him in with Rachel Maddow and play the "both sides do it" game.