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“All of his words are making things worse," editor-at-large Chris Cillizza said.
The former vice president said he would pick a woman as his running mate if he secures the Democratic nomination to challenge President Donald Trump.
The president has repeatedly downplayed and even lied about COVID-19, leaving health officials to counter his misinformation.
Hilary Rosen's attempt to apologize for her remarks to the Bernie Sanders national campaign co-chair made things even worse.
Critics suggested the Trump administration is more concerned with managing the optics of the outbreak, rather than the outbreak itself.
During a panel at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, CNN political analyst Paul Begala predicted that President Donald Trump will name a new vice president by July.
On his CNN show, Anderson Cooper criticized the U.S. president for his lackluster approach to the coronavirus outbreak.
The White House correspondent and the president sparred during a news conference in New Delhi.
The congresswoman told HuffPost that Democrats may need to compromise on the Vermont senator’s health care proposal to get it passed.
Briahna Joy Gray also baselessly claimed presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg had suffered heart attacks. She later said she "misspoke."
Sanders, who rarely spoke about his Jewish identity prior to the 2020 campaign, said his faith was one of two major factors that had shaped his views and politics.
The famed Watergate journalist accused the GOP Senate majority leader of setting a dangerous precedent.
"Just to make this perfectly clear, I was laughing at the joke and not at any group of people,” the anchor said.
... And their grousing backfires tremendously.
The CNN anchor told Stephen Colbert why he continues to invite the White House counselor on his prime time show.
The attorney's old comments about impeachment were a little awkward in light of his current defenses of President Trump.
The CNN host went after Sen. Martha McSally for calling his colleague a “liberal hack.”
Arizona Sen. Martha McSally sneered at CNN's Manu Raju after he asked her if the Senate should consider new evidence as part of Trump's impeachment trial.
The associate of Rudy Giuliani has given a bombshell interview on TV, directly implicated President Donald Trump in the plot to force Ukraine to smear Joe Biden.