Bob Schieffer


Schieffer: Midterm Results ‘a Referendum on Us’

Tuesday on CBS “This Morning,” former “Face the Nation” anchor Bob Schieffer commented on what the day’s midterm election results will mean. According to Schieffer, the midterm results are a “referendum on us” more so than it is about President

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Bob Schieffer: I’m Not Sure the GOP Will Survive Trump

Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” while discussing the lewd comments Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump made while being recorded in 2005 on a hot microphone, retired network reporter and anchor Bob Schieffer said he was “not sure” the GOP will survive. Schieffer


Bob Schieffer: Maybe Media Wasn’t ‘Skeptical Enough’ of Obama

Sunday on Fox News Channel’s “Media Buzz,” retiring host of CBS’s “Face the Nation” Bob Schieffer said “maybe” the mainstream media was “not skeptical enough” about then-Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) when he ran for president in 2008. When host Howard

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New ‘Face the Nation’ Host Urged Obama to ‘Pulverize…Destroy…Delegitimize GOP’

It was announced over the weekend that on June 7 John Dickerson will replace Bob Schieffer as the host of CBS News’ “Face the Nation.” CBS News president David Rhodes — whose brother Ben is a top Obama official most famous for editing the truth out of the infamous Benghazi talking points — said of Dickerson, “John is first and foremost a reporter — and that’s what he’ll be as anchor of ‘Face the Nation.'”


CBS’s Schieffer Criticizes Obama Admin ‘Snarky Skepticism’ of Netanyahu

Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” host Bob Schieffer said while there has been “hard to take insults” from both sides he questions the Obama administration’s “snarky skepticism” of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu walking back his Election Day statement


Tom Cotton Proves: History is Wasted on the Old

Bob Schieffer could barely contain his outrage at Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) for daring to warn the Iranian leadership that any nuclear deal would have to be ratified by the Senate, under the U.S. Constitution, to be binding. As Cotton explained in his appearance on CBS News’ Face the Nation, Iran is clearly not hearing that from the Obama administration itself, which is desperate to achieve “peace at any price,” rather than using constitutional constraints as leverage to force a better deal.


Schieffer to Cotton: Do You Plan to Check In With North Korea Next?

Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) defended the letter he wrote, which he and 46 of his Republican colleagues signed, to Iranian leaders to a “Face the Nation” host Bob Schieffer, who at one point asked, “Are