On Monday, CNN’s panel slammed Georgia Secretary of State and gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp (R-GA) for attempting to hack the election before the midterms.
Kemp’s team released a statement to CNN noting that he was not afraid of the ongoing investigation and that he was just “doing his job.”
However, Commentator Nia-Malika Henderson said that because the polls are not showing Kemp in a landslide win against Stacey Abrams (D-GA) that he appears “extremely nervous.”
CNN’s Van Jones called him desperate.
“If you’re a straight, white conservative male running for office in Georgia against a black female progressive and you got to cheat, there’s something wrong,” Jones said. “You should be able to do this straight down the line and just win.”
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‘Where’s Steve?’ Trump notices a right-wing ally missing from CNN — and wants him back on TV
President Donald Trump has been asking some of his administration officials why one of his favorite boosters has disappeared from CNN's airwaves.
Steve Cortes, a member of the Trump 2020 advisory board and a paid on-air CNN contributor, has reportedly been banished by the network's executives, and the president doesn't like it, reported The Daily Beast.
“Where’s Steve?” the president has repeatedly asked, according to two officials who overheard him in the White House.
‘Was Ivanka not available?’ Internet ridicules ‘dweeb’ Sean Spicer’s new gig on ‘Dancing With the Stars’
On Wednesday, Good Morning America reported that Sean Spicer, former White House Press Secretary to President Donald Trump, will be appearing on "Dancing With the Stars."
This show is not new to giving a lighthearted platform to controversial political figures — it famously hosted former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who now heads up the Department of Energy. Moreover, Spicer — who attracted controversy for lying about Trump's inauguration crowd size and claiming that Hitler never gassed people, has sought credibility as a political veteran, with Harvard's Kennedy School giving him a fellowship.