CNN’s Kate Bolduan was moved to tears when Friday’s Pittsburgh Gazette published a very different kind of front page headline.
“Today in honor of all of the victims, the Pittsburgh Gazette’s front page begins with the first words of the Jewish mourner’s prayer, the Kaddish,” she said. The headline was entirely in Hebrew, with an English transaltion below.
“Such a moving tribute to these people and this community after this deadliest attack against Jews in American history,” Bolduan continued, her voice breaking several times. “All 11 victims right there, may they rest in peace and may their memory be a blessing.”
Funerals for the victims of the Tree of Life synagogue massacre have been going on all week in the wounded Pennsylvania city, where today 97 year old Rose Mallinger was laid to rest.
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‘Money can’t buy class’: CNN’s Don Lemon rips Trump for looking pathetic against Obama
CNN host Don Lemon mocked President Donald Trump for being classless up against former President Barack Obama. Over the weekend, Trump has complained about Obama being able to have lucrative book deals and for starting a production company for films and documentaries that promote the social good.
"This started all the way back when we walked out of that deal," said former Gov. John Kasich (R-OH), referring to Trump's hatred of the Iran deal. "And earlier in your monologue, you said something very interesting, something I can’t figure out. Why is he angry at Barack Obama? Donald Trump’s president. I mean I was never angry at anybody else that had the job that I then got. I don’t get that. And if that anger is what drove us to walk away from this Iran agreement, that’s a tragedy. Big, big mistake."
‘He started this’: CNN’s Cuomo obliterates pro-Trump lobbyist for defending the decision to exit the Iran deal
On Monday, following the attack on Saudi oil facilities that President Donald Trump says was carried out by Iran, CNN's Chris Cuomo clashed with pro-Trump lobbyist and American Conservative Union director Matt Schlapp by pointing out that it was Trump who escalated tensions with Iran in the first place.
"Now this is something of his own reckoning," said Cuomo. "He blew up that Iran deal ... He had nothing to replace it with. He just thought doing this is disruptive, this is why they brought me here. He loosed that company on the Middle East. They are vindictive and old and savvy as we both know as students of history. He started this. This is maybe the biggest threat to his presidency, Matt."
Tax returns are just the beginning: Trump biographer explains how subpoena could expose new financial crimes
Prosecutors in Manhattan are now seeking eight years of tax returns and business records from President Donald Trump as part of a criminal investigation.
And as Pulitzer Prize-winning Trump autobiographer David Cay Johnston told CNN's Anderson Cooper on Monday, the investigation could ultimately reveal a lot more than just Trump's taxes.
"There have been a lot of questions throughout Donald's career about whether he was laundering money for people," said Johnston. "I and other people have taken apart some business transactions he did that make no sense from a normal business perspective, but would make a lot of sense if you were helping someone illicitly move money around."