Rather than backing down to Twitter, like Tapper suggested, The New York Post just waited until Twitter changed their policies.
"Why don't you report on JOE BIDEN AND HUNTER BIDEN reports and evidence of COLLUSION with UKRAINE RUSSIA AND CHINA? Instead of COVID COVID COVID," the actress wrote Friday morning.
"I owe Anderson Cooper a beer, I owe him a mea culpa, and the same thing for other reporters who at the same time period asked me, 'Are you Anonymous?' and I said no," Miles Taylor said.
During a campaign rally on Monday, President Donald Trump denounced CNN as "dumb bastards" for focusing their coverage on the COVID-19 pandemic, while claiming that the network was attempting to convince Americans not to vote.
The rapper and actor has been recently criticized over his political position.
The CNN host drew on his own COVID experience to try and understand President Trump's recent behavior.
"I've actually been ban from @CNN for a few months so I was surprised they even asked," the actor Tweeted on Thursday announcing he wouldn't be interviewed on Chris Cuomo's show tonight.
The CNN host criticized the president for dancing while Americans are still suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic.
"We know that the Republicans would love to talk about literally anything other than their effort to destroy American health care protections," Pete Buttigieg said
Klepper interviewed supporters at a recent Trump rally and was amused by one man who was making money as a debt collector.
The network's White House correspondent reacted at the heckle at the non-socially distanced rally, at which President Donald Trump said he felt "immune" to the coronavirus.
"I think it's really unfortunate and really disappointing that they did that," Dr. Anthony Fauci said.
Over pictures of the president on the White House balcony, the CNN anchor said: "How much bullshit do you need in your life?"
"You know, I'd like to say that everything is gonna be great by Thanksgiving," Dr. Anthony Fauci said Monday, "but I'm not so sure it is."
"Many Americans are likely feeling both sympathy and anger today, emotions that don't necessarily mix well."
Two phrases lingering at the top of Trump's association list included "peaceful transition" and "transition of power."
"Right now it appears the president's only concern is getting re-elected. And now we can see why," said Mitchell Zachary.
Rep. Adam Smith told CNN that the military would not break the Constitution and follow President Donald Trump's orders should he lose on November 3.
The CNN host suggested scrapping the system which has resulted in two of the last five presidents winning the election without a majority of the popular vote.
The famed lawyer has claimed that the news network sought to to falsely paint him as "a constitutional scholar and intellectual who had lost his mind."
Ex-national security adviser told CNN that Trump should tell the American people the truth about the coronavirus.
My Pillow creator Michael Lindell threatens CNN with legal redress over Anderson Cooper's Oleandrin interview, according to a letter exclusively obtained by Newsweek.
Media bias has arguably never been as pronounced as it has been this summer.
"Did @realDonaldTrump have a stroke which he is hiding from the American public?" CNN analyst Joe Lockhart asked on Twitter.
The network faced a social media backlash for the words used in a chyron as a CNN correspondent reported live while standing in front of burning vehicles.
The attorney for one of the four ex-Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's May 25 death pointed to body camera footage from the arrest as well as toxicology reports that he said show Floyd had three times the amount of fentanyl in his system.
President Bill Clinton confessed to having an affair with White House aide Monica Lewinsky during his administration during the 1990s.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on Sunday rebuked data showing "there's no evidence of widespread voter fraud," by simply flipping the burden of proof.
Americans are hearing, reading and seeing more about President Donald Trump than former Vice President Joe Biden. But unlike in 2016, his Democratic rival is tied to positive buzz words.