‘Show me where it says protesters are supposed to be polite and peaceful,’ CNN’s Chris Cuomo pleaded. Well, science.
Those leading the charge to keep America closed seem to have a problem living under their own rules.
There are questions a ‘tough’ journalist with unmatched access to the governor might ask after 23,000 people have died in the state, but not little brother Chris.
It is very important that people make this decision by weighing facts; not by playing the part they think society is telling them to play.
In lieu of treatments you might find with professionals, Cuomo’s wife, a luxury magazine editor, reached for a handy regimen of ‘oxygenated herbs.’
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo dramatically staged a post-coronavirus emergence from his basement on Monday’s ‘Cuomo Prime Time,’ falsely implying the footage captured the ‘official’ first moment he left his basement quarantine.
On Monday night Chris Cuomo expressed frustration with his job at CNN, he walked it back, but it still resonates.
In times of crisis, the audience needs to trust that the journalists tasked with interviewing leading officials will do so without fear or favor.
A new video montage from the Media Research Center illustrates a glaring double-standard employed by media elites over the term “Wuhan virus.”
The other matchup that jumps out at me is the possibility of Jennifer Rubin matching up with her Washington Post teammate Max Boot with the Final Four on the line.
As the year comes to a close, here are a dozen of the top stories the media majorly messed up.
The top Republican on the House intel committee claimed in a lawsuit filed Tuesday that CNN’s claim that he traveled to Vienna in December 2018 to meet with a former Ukrainian official is completely false.
While on live TV, CNN’s Chris Cuomo tried to prove a person can hear a conversation on another person’s cell phone, he ultimately failed.
The event held last night by CNN was not a series of town halls, but a pageant of progressive pieties.
Here are four highlights from CNN’s town hall featuring nine 2020 Democratic candidates to discuss their platforms on LGBT policies.
Movie references or criticisms of intelligence are racist, according to Chris Cuomo. The CNN host was heckled last night and, among other insults, was called Fredo, a reference to ‘The Godfather.’
CNN host Chris Cuomo lost his mind when he was compared to ‘The Godfather’s’ Fredo last night. In his hilarious overreaction, Cuomo compared the movie reference to the N-word.
Native New Yorker Chris Cuomo showed off some jawing skills last night, but he also left a lot of points on the table.
Chris Cuomo thought he nailed Steve Cortes with a gotcha question. In reality, he proved Cortes’ point.
‘I’m a mother of two, and if a predator or anyone else tries to harm me or my family, they have to come through my firearm first.’
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