Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) said “there are two co-equal branches of government” during an appearance on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” Tuesday.
When Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) appeared on Anderson Cooper’s CNN show on Monday night, he faced questions on a range of political topics, including Oprah Winfrey, but he did not have to address the deepening federal probe into a 2010 Burlington College land deal involving the senator’s wife and former school president, Jane Sanders.
CNN on Wednesday released a statement saying that primetime host Anderson Cooper’s tweet calling President Donald Trump a “pathetic loser” was sent by someone who obtained his assistant’s phone.
The Twitter account of CNN anchor Anderson Cooper responded with insults on Wednesday after President Donald Trump tweeted about having lacked faith in Roy Moore’s chance of winning Alabama’s Senate special election.
Former National Security Agency contractor Reality Winner, who is accused of leaking a classified report to the media, blamed the stress from having to listen to Fox News at work for exposing the classified intelligence.