Tuesday on CNN’s “Inside Politics,” host John King accused President Donald Trump of thinking Americans were “stupid.” King played a video of former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci saying “When you guys are upset about it and listing all the lies
On Monday’s edition of CNN’s “Inside Politics,” CNN host John King stated that the Trump-Putin summit should be called “the surrender summit.” King said, “I’ve been here for 30 years. I came to Washington in the final months of the
Friday on CNN’s “Inside Politics,” host John King touted Breitbart News’ opposition to a possible House Republican immigration effort led by House Speaker Paul Ryan as one of the reasons President Donald Trump had backed off his support for Ryan’s
On Tuesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Inside Politics,” anchor John King remarked, “will the real Susan Rice please stand up?” King played a clip of Rice on March 22, saying that she knew “nothing” about Trump transition officials being swept up
During CNN’s Inauguration coverage, host John King stated that “I don’t remember anything even close to this in terms of, the rawness, the boycotts, each side accusing the other of being — whether it’s illegitimate, or being too political, or
Friday on CNN’s “Inside Politics,” while discussing President-elect Donald Trump’s victory, host John King said the results are a “tough” lesson that “America is a center-right country. It is a lot more conservative, especially the heartland, than Democrats think.” King
On Wednesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Inside Politics,” anchor John King said that “one of the many lessons” from the 2016 election is that “this town is clearly out of touch, and that includes the media, and the political establishment, out
Breitbart News was very much on the minds of CNN’s political commentators at Sunday night’s second presidential debate, with senior correspondents describing Donald Trump as having used a “Breitbart strategy” to rebound from the first debate.
During CNN’s coverage of Sunday’s presidential debate, anchor Wolf Blitzer, John King, and Dana Bash said that Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton didn’t defend her husband’s behavior when Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump brought it up
Friday on CNN, network chief national correspondent John King reacted to GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s appearance at his new hotel in Washington, DC. The event had been teased as one that would address Trump’s view on President Barack Obama’s
CNN’s most senior political journalists could barely contain their outrage on Friday morning after Republican nominee Donald Trump used an event that they expected to be about Birtherism to showcase his support from veterans, Medal of Honor winners, retired flag officers, and Medal of Honor winners.
The Trump campaign signaled that the Republican presidential nominee would address the birther controversy, but the first 20 minutes of the event featured veterans telling the media why they supported Trump.
Sunday on CNN’s “Inside Politics,” while discussing reports that the State Department will not be release the detailed daily meeting schedules of Hillary Clinton during her tenure as secretary of state, until after the November election, host John King said it
On Monday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Situation Room,” CNN Chief National Correspondent John King stated Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email conduct “remains the biggest flashing red light for her campaign.” And there are “questions about will we
CNN Chief National Correspondent John King stated that both Democratic presidential candidates are “to the left” of President Obama on immigration during the network’s coverage of the results in Arizona, Idaho, and Utah on Tuesday. King said, “[Y]ou go over
CNN chief national correspondent John King predicted that if President Barack Obama can’t get his Supreme Court nominee through the Senate, he’ll argue “that Republicans blocked him because he’s the first African-American president, and they didn’t give it to him
A “Dear Colleague” guidance letter, signed by former U.S. Education Department (USED) Secretary Arne Duncan and Acting Secretary John King, warns school leaders against “targeting of particular students for harassment or blame,” particularly Muslim and Syrian refugee students.
Obama’s comments appear to be a reference to the Common Core standards – though he does not call the reform by name, likely because the unpopular initiative is now often described as “toxic” and “poisonous.” The president nevertheless adopts the usual pro-Common Core position that the nationalized standards are higher or more rigorous than other standards – although there is no independent research that validates that claim.
Arne Duncan, who has served as Education Secretary throughout Barack Obama’s tenure as president, will be replaced through the end of the president’s term by former New York State education commissioner and Common Core champion John King, Jr.
Sunday on CNN’s “Inside Politics,” host John King said Hillary Clinton only has herself to blame for the continuing scandal over her use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state. King said, “Democrats may roll
Sunday on CNN’s “Inside Politics,’ host John King pointed to a “Washington Post” story detailing that within 24 hours of her telling ABC news last year that she was, “dead broke” after leaving the White House the Clinton gave speeches
Potential 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush has made it clear that he will continue his support for the controversial Common Core standards initiative, despite the fact that the conservative base of the GOP is overwhelmingly opposed to it. His education foundation, in fact, is offering online courses for policy-makers focusing on how to promote the idea that the standards are necessary for national security, why data collection is essential, and how to win over parents, teachers, and citizens in the education reform conversation.
Despite numerous good faith efforts, CNN’s John King and Dana Bash ignored repeated requests from Breitbart News asking them to condemn and/or comment on a fellow journalist openly mocking the Christian faith of Wisconsin Republican Governor Scott Walker. Taegan Goddard,
CNN Chief National Correspondent John King said that President Obama’s recent policy proposals were essentially “go away Republicans” on Thursday’s “New Day” on CNN. After playing a clip of the president urging bipartisanship, King stated “that’s sort of the kinder,