"It's perhaps not the best way to find your next cabinet," Alisyn Camerota, who previously worked for Fox News, said.
President Donald Trump's volatile White House is going to get worse, former communications director Anthony Scaramucci told CNN's Don Lemon.
"The less you believe real reporting, the more you might fall for his [Trump's] unreality," Brian Stelter warned.
Here's a handy summary of what we know so far about each candidate's plan.
Former White House communications director tells CNN that Republicans need to step in and stop the U.S. president for the good of the nation.
"I'm going to be working for you. I'm not going to have time to go play golf," Trump said in August 2016.
CNN aired a graphic mistakenly labeling Alabama as "Mississippi" during coverage which ridiculed President Donald Trump for his inaccurate prediction Hurricane Dorian would hit the Gulf Coast state.
The president canceled a trip to Poland to stay behind and monitor the storm, but has been engaging in personal Twitter spats and golfing in Virginia.
An impassioned Beto O'Rourke told CNN's Dana Bash Sunday the epidemic of U.S. gun violence is "f***ed up" just one day after the second mass shooting in less than a month in his home state of Texas.
Deutsche Bank all but admitted that it holds President Donald Trump's tax returns in a federal appeals court filing.
The White House was forced to issue a series of clarifying statements following multiple incorrect or misleading claims made by the president during the G7 event.
Bob Kuylen told CNN's Don Lemon that the trade war has already cost him $400,000.
A controversial CNN segment Sunday featured a psychiatrist demanding professionals stop discussing President Donald Trump's mental health in terms of "psychological name-calling."
"The guy's always had problems on his best day," former Trump adviser J.W. Verret said.
"Shia LaBeouf, or whatever his name is—I think it was him, it looked exactly like him—I walked by and he calls me trash," Fox News host Jesse Watters claims.
Lisa "Kennedy" Montgomery of Fox Business suggested that muscle-enhancing steroids used by bodybuilders could be why CNN's Chris Cuomo—who is not a bodybuilder—could be behind his angry tirade at a heckler.
Sean Hannity stood firmly behind Chris Cuomo over the viral video of him taking on a heckler after President Donald Trump chided Republicans for supporting the CNN anchor.
A CNN spokesperson said Lemon "categorically denies" the allegations.
"There seems to be an animus against immigration period," John Avlon said.
The president's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., shared to Twitter a clip of someone using Fredo as an insult during Chris Cuomo's CNN show.
After being called "Fredo," Cuomo used several profane words in a counterattack, even threatening to throw the man down a flight of stairs. Cuomo said it was like being called the n-word.
"You know, you're fracturing the institutions and all of the things that the country stands for," Scaramucci said about Trump.
"It seems like you guys are turning a blind eye to this crime being committed by the president's own companies," Jake Tapper told Mark Morgan, acting commissioner for Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
"He laughed. He laughed Marc," Jim Sciutto repeatedly pointed out to Marc Lotter.
Christian Picciolini, who founded an anti-extremist group, suggested that domestic white supremacist attacks are part of a "transnational terror network."
Following two deadly mass shootings this weekend, the CNN host listed all the Republican lawmakers who declined to appear on his show to talk about gun violence.
"This is needless. There are families in tears, weeping right now. And it did not have to be this way," congresswoman Veronica Escobar said.
The Chyron switched from "POTUS Meets With African American Faith Leaders In The Wake Of His Attacks Against Leaders Of Color" to "Controversial African American Pastor Meets With President."
"We don't need or want more photo ops."