Brian Stelter

"Says a man who's been an anonymous source for reporters for decades," CNN's Brian Stelter fired back at Trump.
“You’re not seen as a person anymore," Hill said, describing the "dehumanization" she experienced before her resignation.
"Watching Fox News in prime time is like watching one of Trump's dreams come true," said CNN's Brian Stelter.
"Society, a democracy, can die of too many lies — and we’re getting close to that terminal moment," he warns.
The short-lived White House communications director said the president had betrayed the Constitution and become a "traitor to the laws of the United States."
After teasing the audience, the CNN president said he's not going anywhere.
“This guy should not be president, period," he said on CNN. "This guy is like a gangster."
The Army whistleblower said she plans to defy another grand jury subpoena in an apparent case against WikiLeaks' Julian Assange.
The network cut off the president only 20 minutes into his national emergency declaration announcement.
The former New York Times editor insisted that lifting other people's work is OK if credited in the footnotes.