Don Lemon

Race Imboden took a knee during a gold medal-winning ceremony at the Pan American Games after reading a social media post from his mom.
The CNN host aired old footage from 2016 in which a pastor chided Trump for attacking Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in a speech.
“It’s not about you. It’s not about you. For once," the CNN host said.
The CNN host is stunned by the Fox News host's wild claim that white supremacy is a "hoax."
The president attacked the CNN Democratic debate moderator, who is black, after multiple racist attacks on lawmakers this month.
The CNN host shows how the president's own family has profited off decay in Baltimore.
"It’s creating havoc in our community," Chief Art Acevedo told CNN's Don Lemon.
“Sorry, that picture. I can’t even look at it. I can’t even look at it," said the CNN host.
The CNN host explained why it's now beyond doubt.
"He’s saying it’s not racist when he’s actually saying something racist coming out of his mouth," noted the CNN host.
The president lashed out in a tweet in which he again called Lemon "the dumbest man on television."
Sunday night's dark turn of events on "Game of Thrones" may be causing some parents to regret their choice of baby names.
The CNN host shreds Trump's "bogus argument" that the Charlottesville violence was about a statue of Robert E. Lee.
The president looks like he's whipping up border chaos so he can be guy who fixes everything, the CNN host speculated.
“He gave me a present on his birthday,” the CNN anchor wrote on Instagram. “How could I say no?"
"Folks talking about my voice can step right off," tweeted the Democratic New York lawmaker.
The CNN host said "the irony" is that Democrats on what he called an official "apology tour" will face "the one man that we all know never really apologizes."
“That’s how low the standard is for behavior right now," the CNN host said.
The CNN host said for Trump “to not be able to know that right-wing extremism is on the rise is very ignorant."
Lemon says the White House counselor is "beneath the dignity" of the network.