Wolf Blitzer

Wolf Blitzer


I'm the anchor of CNN's The Situation Room (@CNNSitRoom) 5-7PM ET, Wolf 1PM ET & CNN's lead political anchor, and, yes, I do my own tweeting.

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Two guys wearing sweaters in the @CNN  Election Center preparing for the New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary on Tuesday. @DavidChalian  really knows politics.

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It was a moving and emotional moment at the @NBA  All-Star Weekend Newsmaker Brunch when former President @BarackObama  spoke about Kobe Bryant. Watch this:

So special to be reporting the results of the Nevada Democratic Presidential Caucuses with @DanaBashCNN  who — as you know — is a world-class journalist.

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Check out this exchange I had with then private citizen @realDonaldTrump  on Oct. 15, 2008. We spoke about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and he then offered his thoughts about impeachment.

The U.S. Treasury Department says that the national debt has increased by $2 trillion ($2,000,000,000,000) since President Trump took office on Jan. 20, 2017. That's with Republicans in control of the House and Senate. The national debt is now almost $22 trillion.

At a Republican presidential debate in 2016, I asked : "If you don't get an actual check from the Mexican government for $8 billion or $10 billion or $12 billion, whatever it will cost, how are you going to make them pay for the wall?" Here's his response:

I wrapped up the @CNNSitRoom  tonight with this very personal thought.

This week we commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. It’s very personal for me since my paternal grandparents were murdered there. Our @CNN  documentary “Voices of Auschwitz” airs Saturday night 11PM ET. Here’s a clip of my interview with Steven Spielberg.

After US intelligence chiefs disagreed w/ on national security issues, he tweeted today perhaps they “should go back to school.” In 2015, he said: “I know more about ISIS than the generals. Believe me.” He's also said: “I know more about technology than anybody.”

At the start of this new work week, it’s important to remember that these five men used to work for but now - for all practical purposes - work for Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

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During the 2016 presidential campaign, repeatedly promised to reduce the trade and budget deficit as well as the national debt. Two years into his presidency, all three have increased dramatically. Here’s what he used to say back in 2016:

I was reviewing some of my old interviews with then-private citizen @realDonaldTrump  and came across this March 16, 2007 exchange we had on then-Senator @HillaryClinton 

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