The anchor challenged Rogan's claim that CNN was "lying" about the drug being a "horse dewormer."
"Very few arguments, if any, have been won by yelling at someone in a bathroom," the CNN anchor said.
The Fox anchor criticized the CNN host in a segment about reactions to footage involving Customs and Border Protection agents and Haitian migrants.
Police Officer Michael Fanone revealed the message after telling committee members he'd been "grabbed and tased, all while being called a traitor."
Tucker Carlson branded Don Lemon a "successful victim" who "runs away from diversity" during his Fox News show.
Carlson told his audience Fox News won't be "calling for the Department of Justice" to investigate the cookie jar he also linked to QAnon.
The CNN anchor added that the party needs to be "cunning" like the GOP in order to win elections.
In a video posted to Twitter, the host said he will expand more on his comments on Monday and said: "Everybody calm down."
Michael Fanone tells CNN it was "disgraceful" some lawmakers downplayed the events of January 6 at the U.S. Capitol.
D.C. police officer Michael Fanone can be heard on the video telling rioters at the Capitol: "I got kids."
The former Republican Senator said that European colonizers "birthed a nation from nothing" at a conservative conference on April 26.
Police said the 16-year-old Black girl was swinging a knife at a woman when a Columbus officer shot her dead.
"It's an excruciatingly long time. Much longer than you think," Don Lemon said in a segment of his CNN show following the first day of the former Minneapolis police officer's trial.
Earlier this week, GOP Senator Tim Scott and CNN host Don Lemon, who are both Black, sparred over race, after Scott said that "woke supremacy" is as bad as "white supremacy."
State Rep. John Kavanagh, who supports tighter limits, said Republicans believe "everybody shouldn't be voting."
"Say whatever you want," Lemon said, "but you gotta pay the price if you say something stupid, or you do something stupid or traitorous, or if you try to overturn a duly-elected president, right?"
A number of Republicans including Ted Cruz and Ivanka Trump praised the civil rights icon on the holiday celebrating his birth.
The CNN anchor said the call by GOP lawmakers during the impeachment about uniting the U.S. "rings hollow" after the protests.
The CNN anchor took aim at Hogan Gidley's response on Fox News to claims that Trump had been "emasculated" because he was kicked off social media.
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.
The CNN host argued that the president was desperate not to look like a loser following his election defeat.
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."
Trump's former security adviser told CNN that the president has no "comprehensive strategy" in opposing the election result.
Former Maine senator told CNN Secretary of State's comment is "consistent with what has been taking place for four years now."
The CNN host criticized the president for dancing while Americans are still suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CNN anchor cited President Donald Trump's rallies as one possible reason why he and First Lady Melania Trump have the virus.
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.
"Black people wanting to work with other races are being viewed as sellouts, they're being called Uncle Toms, you start to understand you're actually being controlled," Crews said on CNN.
The former Ohio Governor set off Lemon when he said the president's Oval Office address on the virus outbreak was "fine."