Jonathan Wackrow told CNN the riots were a "huge miss" by intelligence services and the U.S. Capitol has always been vulnerable to security breaches.
Every ideologue thinks his or her cause is just, right and moral. That's the reason it's so important to suppress violent movements before they gain momentum.
The CNN anchor gave his assessment of the tenure of President Donald Trump after the scenes of the chaos in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
Ex-national security adviser tweeted in response to President Trump's attacks of top Republicans ahead of the certification of the Electoral College results.
Former Defense Secretary William Cohen told CNN that Trump will "continue to snap the whip whether he is in office or out of office."
Dr. Anthony Fauci warned Tuesday that the surging COVID-19 pandemic is "going to get worse," while assistance from those who refuse to follow public health guidelines "could make January even worse than December."
The CNN host argued that the president was desperate not to look like a loser following his election defeat.
"What if he can't go to anyone's house or near his reindeer?" one concerned child asked the head of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases.
The high numbers come following the FDA approval of a second coronavirus vaccine and the start of a widespread inoculation program.
Nick Akerman told CNN that any move by the president to pardon himself or his family could cause legal problems in the future.
White House press secretary McEnany worked as a CNN contributor during the 2016 presidential election when she had decidedly less favorable views of Donald Trump whom she called a "racist."
The Duchess of Sussex made a surprise guest appearance on CNN to praise communities who came together would not stand by while neighbors went hungry.
The Microsoft co-founder said German scientists and foreign efforts helped create the record-setting vaccines now being rolled out to Americans.
"President Trump did us a favor by exposing these elected officials," Tapper said, referring to the Republicans who supported the "mendacious joke of a lawsuit" from Texas AG Ken Paxton.
As world leaders mark the deal without the U.S, the Swedish activist told CNN she was optimistic that a Joe Biden administration would rejoin the accord.
Doug LaMalfa told CNN's Chris Cuomo that "we still don't know what the intelligence folks have in there" regarding the election.
Nielsen TV ratings showed the 7 p.m. Monday Newsmax show was ahead of its Fox rival by 26,000 viewers.
"I don't think the Supreme Court, for an instant, will consider taking up this case," Republican lawyer Ben Ginsberg said of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's attempt to overturn President-elect Joe Biden's victory in four other states.
"More than several sitting Republican senators have privately called to congratulate me," President-elect Joe Biden said during a Thursday night interview on CNN.
CNN anchor Erin Burnett said that broadcasting portions of President Donald Trump's Wednesday speech "would amplify things that factually untrue."
"[The reason] we haven't been able to get anything is that he, Mitch McConnell, is blocking it," said Austan Goolsbee, a former Obama economics adviser.
China's "numbers seem to be a little bit on the light side," President Donald Trump said in April, "and I'm being nice when I say that."
More than a quarter of a million Americans have died from the COVID-19 pandemic, with numbers continuing to rise.
Speculation has mounted about the president issuing a self-pardon, but questions remain about its legality.
Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, a member of the foreign affairs committee, told CNN that Democrats and Republicans agree on '90 percent' of foreign policy.
Carlson is losing the 25-54 audience to CNN, but is still the most-watched primetime cable news show.
"They are learning this for the first time on CNN," CNN's Chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta said on Monday after President Donald Trump tweeted in approval of an official letter sent to President-elect Joe Biden that declared him the "apparent president-elect."
The Saturday rally at the CNN Center entrance was organized by the pro-Trump "Walk Away" campaign, led by "former liberal" Brandon Straka.
The venerated newsman recently railed against media "enablers" for the spread of misinformation about COVID-19.