Republican CNN pundit Ana Navarro brought actual popcorn to talk about watching the “Chuck and Nancy Variety Show” in the Oval Office Tuesday.
During a panel discussion, Navarro hilariously mocked the president’s flub as Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) lead the leader of the free world into a meltdown.
“Oh, please, play it again, baby!” Navarro exclaimed, eating popcorn. “Play it again on a loop! I could see that stuff all day. It is the most entertaining piece of video I have seen on TV since Teresa flipped over the table in the real housewives a few years ago.”
“Look, I think it’s — I think we did see transparency,” she continued. “We also saw that it’s the beginning of a new political reality for Donald Trump. Basically, Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan have been his backup singers for the last two years, nodding and going ahead and, you know, kind of humming along to whatever tune he’s singing and whatever tone he’s setting. He has met his match and, you know, I think this was a very good day frankly for Nancy Pelosi, who I am not a fan of. But what you saw today is nobody puts Nancy in the corner.”
Former Republican National Committee chief of staff Mike Shields had another difficult conversation where he tried to claim that Pelosi would quickly cave in to the angry left and go into full attack mode against the president.
He was quickly shouted down by both Democrat Bakari Sellers and Republican Navarro.
“She brought experience, and she brought facts,” said Lemon. “Listen, Mike, he is the president, right? He says he will gladly take the blame for the shutdown if he doesn’t get what he wants on border security. Do you think that was a misfire, or you think it was good?”
Shields tried to spin it as a win but failed miserably. Ultimately, Navarro concluded it was Pelosi won the day.
“I could watch those 15 minutes of TV all damn day,” Navarro said. “He does a great imitation of a cactus.”
Giuliani may face charges in half-million-dollar investment scam involving Lev Parnas: CNN
According to a report from CNN, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is possibly facing new charges in a half of a million-dollar investment scam set up by indicted associate Lev Parnas.
According to CNN, "Prosecutors are telling us that they're considering charging Lev Parnas and one associate of his of misleading investors in the company that Giuliani was in. Prosecutors are looking closely at the marketing pitch in this company and specifically whether any investors were misled about the value of the business and what they intended to do with the proceeds."
"Prosecutors have interviewed numerous witnesses, investors who were approached, and received text messages and documents over the past several weeks. all of this brings this investigation closer to Giuliani and raises questions about what role, if any he had in the marketing of the company," the report continues. "Now a lawyer for one of the investors who did provide this half-million dollar payment, told CNN previously that his client had invested in the business based on Rudy Giuliani's reputation and his expectation that he would serve as a spokesman for the company."
CNN’s fascinating series ‘The Windsors’ confirms why the dysfunctional royal family still rules
"The Windsors: Inside The Royal Dynasty" knows damn well you don't want to wait 100 years to get to Meghan. The Duchess of Sussex — well, a dreamy, imagined version of her as she prepares to walk down the aisle on her wedding day — is the first figure we see in CNN's new six-part documentary series, before the story time jumps back a few generations. "But all that glitters is not gold," our narrator Rosamund Pike warns, as our American television star embarks on an alliance with a family that "will do whatever it takes to survive." Corny? Yes. Unsubtle? Absolutely. A deliciously soapy reality show involving a dysfunctional clan with posh accents? Sign me up.
Pence chief of staff rants wildly about anti-Trump conspiracy at Justice Dept and gets promptly shut down on CNN
Appearing on CNN's "State of the Union" with fill-in host Dana Bash, the chief of staff for Vice President Mike Pence argued that the Justice Department is rife with officials who are biased against Donald Trump, only to have Bash remind him that the all the investigations of the president have been initiated by Trump appointees.
After complaining about how the Roger Stone case was handled, Short lashed out at the Justice Department after Bash stated, "Barr ordered the Justice Department to re-examine the case of the former national security advisor Michael Flynn who pleaded guilty to lying to investigators and President Trump said that Flynn's situation is unfair, and he wished him best wishes and good luck. Why is the attorney general inserting himself in cases involving the president's associates?"