“Tillerson: diplomacy until ‘first bomb drops'”


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In an interview with Jake Tapper, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says that he will pursue diplomacy in North Korea until the “first bomb drops”. MORE

“CNN’s Jake Tapper Blasts Fox News For False Statement About Comey Testimony”


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CNN’s Jake Tapper called out Fox and Friends for making a false statement while trying to downplay FBI Director James Comey’s disclosure that the FBI is investigating the Trump campaign for coordinating with Russia during the 2016 election.

“Trump warns House GOP members of electoral ‘bloodbath’ if repeal and replace fails”


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“Pelosi on Gorsuch: ‘A very hostile appointment’


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“Irresponsible Mainstream Media Refuses to Call Donald Trump a Racist”


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The media keeps playing dumb by asking Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton if Donald Trump is a racist. This question sets the question up as if it is a matter of debate or personal opinion and is being used to exploit drama for ratings.

The media keeps playing dumb by asking Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton if Donald Trump is a racist. This question sets the question up as if it is a matter of debate or personal opinion and is being used to exploit drama for ratings.

“CNN’s Jake Tapper Wreaks Havoc On Scott Walker Exposing By His Ties To The Koch Brothers”


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About Lies, lies, lies . . .Donald Trump


OBAMA INTERVIEW TO BE AIRED TODAY


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Just days after his State of the Union address in which he called for Congress to find common ground with him, President Barack Obama sounded less than confident that they could find that common ground.

“I think there are some issues where it’s going to be hard for them to move forward,” Obama said of congressional Republicans, “and I am going to reach out to them and say, ‘Here are my best ideas, I want to hear yours,’ ” Obama told CNN Chief Washington Correspondent Jake Tapper in an interview airing today.

“In no way are my expectations diminished or my ambitions diminished. But what is obviously true is we’ve got a divided government right now,” Obama told Tapper.

The president also discusses whether he can work with Republicans on immigration, whether the Sochi games are safe and legalizing marijuana. Portions of the interview air on “New Day” at 6 a.m. ET and will run in full on “The Lead with Jake Tapper” at 4 p.m. ET.

OBAMA . . .THIS JUST IN.


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EXCLUSIVE: President Barack Obama told CNN’s Jake Tapper on Thursday that some of the country’s largest corporations have signed on to a White House plan to boost the hiring of the long-term unemployed. The President will make a formal announcement on Friday.

“What we have done is to gather together 300 companies, just to start with, including some of the top 50 companies in the country, companies like Walmart, and Apple, Ford and others, to say: Let’s establish best practices,” Obama said in the exclusive interview, which will air on CNN over the next two days.

Obama’s move is in line with his pledge to use executive action on his agenda items that he hasn’t been able to get through Congress. The President announced on Tuesday that he was boosting the minimum wage for employees of federal government contractors through executive action.

Tapper’s interview airs on CNN’s “New Day” at 6 a.m. ET on Friday and will run in full on “The Lead with Jake Tapper” at 4 p.m. on Friday.

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“Speaker Boehner Backtracks on Background Checks”


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