"I lost two legs for @jaketapper's right to say whatever the hell he wants, but that free speech also protects the Republicans he is so eager to condemn for asking Constitutional questions about the election," Florida Republican Rep. Brian Mast wrote in a tweet.
The conservative network is facing competition from its liberal competitors and it the attack at Capitol Hill has contributed to the ratings win.
Jake Tapper said the "sedition caucus" of Republicans should remember Ulysses Grant's words ahead of the Civil War, that the parties are now only divided among "traitors and patriots."
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.
"The idea that he continues to tell his supporters that the only reason he may have lost this election is because of fraud is an absolutely disgraceful, un-American thing to do," said the Vermont senator.
After Reid tweeted a mistaken explanation for the polling website's name, Tapper authoritatively corrected her.
The CNN anchor condemned claims of vote fraud made by prominent Republicans including South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham and Texas Senator Ted Cruz.
Rather than backing down to Twitter, like Tapper suggested, The New York Post just waited until Twitter changed their policies.
CNN anchor Jake Tapper was critical of unfounded suggestions that child pornography was found on a laptop purportedly owned by Hunter Biden.
"Many Americans are likely feeling both sympathy and anger today, emotions that don't necessarily mix well."
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.
White House Trade Advisor Peter Navarro rebuffed criticism over President Donald Trump asking to slow coronavirus testing down.
Jake Tapper, Dana Bash, and Ilia Calderon will moderate the eleventh Democratic debate in Washington D.C.
The president "doesn't want to bring people in because the numbers will double. That's not a medical decision, that's a public relations decision," Tapper said.
Perez rebuffed critics calling for his resignation in the wake of the Iowa caucus debacle, and hinted that the Midwest state may lose its privilege to host the country's first presidential caucus.
He said Democrats were acting as if Lev Parnas "is the second coming of Theodore Roosevelt or something" after his Wednesday evening interview with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow.
Biden's "being eclipsed in fundraising by Buttigieg and by Bernie Sanders," Tapper said.
CNN's Jake Tapper asked guests on a news segment Monday if they though media coverage of recent anti-Semitic hate crimes would be different if the attackers were "white supremacists."
Impeachment lawyer Ross Garber told CNN's Jake Tapper today that Democrats "haven't had a sales pitch to the American public" about the importance of impeaching President Donald Trump.
"You really want the American people to believe this guy cares about corruption?" the CNN host asked Congressman Mike Johnson.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi faced an audience with questions tonight during a CNN Town Hall, where she spoke about health care, climate change and the potential impeachment of President Donald Trump.
CNN's Brian Stelter accused Donald Trump of "gaslighting the country," and fellow host Jake Tapper took his analysis a step further, saying the president is corrupting "truth" as an concept.
Trump referred to his 50 percent approval rating from the prior day, but he has had numerous days of higher polling on Rasmussen Reports.
"The president of the United States should not have even in the original phone call be on the phone with the president of another country and raise his political opponent," Representative Mike Turner said.
"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).
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.
"Maggots, mice and mold. That is what tenants in the Baltimore area say they have experienced in properties owned by Kushner Companies," CNN reporter Randi Kaye said.
"I frankly don't care what president does it," the congresswoman said, when confronted with backlash after she employed the term to describe migrant detention facilities.
The timing of the interview came as the Trump administration continues to roll back Obama-era environmental regulations.