There's "no way to spin" new polling numbers for the president, said the "Inside Politics" host.
CNN's Dana Bash asked the presidential hopeful how he could compare Black legislator Ayanna Pressley's words to over a century of racist violence and terror.
“What happened on Jan. 6 was not peaceful,” Dana Bash informed John Lauro.
The former vice president blew off Donald Trump's menacing comments about what could happen if he were sentenced to jail.
Jordan claimed Trump did declassify material when he was president, apparently contradicting a tape recording of Trump himself.
Many Twitter users aren't optimistic that the former vice president will be asked how he feels about Trump allegedly backing Jan. 6 rioters who wanted him hanged.
The CNN host tried to keep it professional as sparring escalated with Donald Trump's attorney, but to no avail.
The publication’s headline about Bash’s new role at CNN didn’t go over well with the veteran journalist.
"White supremacy and patriarchy are very linked in a lot of ways," the lawmaker told CNN's Dana Bash. "There's a lot of sexualizing of that violence."
"I actually can’t repeat what some of them say on morning television,” said the network's chief political correspondent.