Jake Tapper

“It seems like you guys are turning a blind eye" to the organization's hiring practices, he told acting CBP head Mark Morgan.
The former Pennsylvania senator parroted a line often used by gun control opponents — that if everyone is armed, everyone is safer.
Several Republican officials declined to appear on the network after more than 30 people were killed in less than 24 hours in Texas and Ohio.
"The health care industry will be advertising tonight on this program,” Sanders told moderator Jake Tapper. “They will be advertising tonight with that talking point.”
Questions on everything from health care to immigration put liberal ideas on the defensive.
Trump mentioned rats in Baltimore, and county inspectors said the president's son-in-law delivered in his apartments, the CNN anchor noted.
The party stands with Ilhan Omar or it stands with Donald Trump.
Jake Tapper appeared to defend the segment, saying the reporter who interviewed Spencer "does a great job."
Donald Trump presumably doesn't question his wife's right to criticize her adopted country.
The New York lawmaker called out Trump's foreign policy "theatrics" as driven by his "deep, dark insecurities."
But CNN's Jake Tapper didn't let the vice president off the hook that easily.
"If we effectively educate the public, then we will have done our job, and we can move on an impeachment vote, and it will stand,” Rep. James Clyburn said.
"Does President Trump still think that white nationalism is not a growing threat?" Tapper asked the senior White House adviser.
Richard Nixon's former White House counsel says William Barr acted like Donald Trump's personal lawyer and "took us back right into Nixonian-type operations.”
The president has "no moral authority" to attack Rep. Ilhan Omar over comments referencing the terror attack, the congressman told Jake Tapper.
Border Patrol bosses in California later told agents to ignore the president and follow the law, the CNN host said, citing sources.
The former Nevada lawmaker suggested the former vice president's response to her allegations showed a lack of awareness.
The Washington governor and 2020 Democratic candidate defended his single-issue campaign Sunday.
"I think any fair-minded person would have to question Mr. Cohen’s checkered past," the senator said.