Jared Holt says right-wing political content exists in “a parallel media universe” from other news coverage, “and the two lanes don’t touch.” In that parallel universe, some Americans truly believe that Trump “is still the president,” Anne Applebaum says.
CNN’s Brian Todd reports on former President George W. Bush’s recent move in apparent opposition to former President Donald Trump. Bush plans to hold a fundraiser for Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY), who lost her House leadership role for rejecting former President Trump’s election lies.
CNN legal analyst Elie Honig takes a look at former President Donald Trump’s lawsuit against his niece Mary Trump, as well as several New York Times journalists, for the disclosure of his tax information that was published in several New York Times articles.
Anne Applebaum talks about her recent profile of MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and his efforts to sow doubt about the 2020 election. While Lindell will fail to get Donald Trump reinstated, ‘what he will help to do is loosen further American’s sense that their democracy works, that their voter system is secure, that the people who observe and monitor their elections are honest,” she says.
CNN’s Don Lemon replays footage of Americans sharing their concerns over the seat belt mandate in the 1980s. See how it compares to similar statements made around Covid-19’s mask mandate and vaccine distribution.
Top Biden medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci tells CNN’s Jake Tapper that people should follow official recommendations on booster shots and says that data on boosters for Moderna and J&J recipients is coming in “a couple to three weeks.”
On CNN’s State of the Union with Jake Tapper, top Biden medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci responds to criticism that the White House got ahead of the science by announcing plans to offer booster shots to most Americans before health officials issued their own guidance.