Monday, February 08, 2016

Anderson Cooper 360 on Monday, February 8, 2016


Anderson Cooper anchored an expanded two hour edition of AC360 from CNN's Washington, DC bureau ahead of the New Hampshire primary.   Most of the two hours was devoted to politics with an 8 person panel weighing in.  There was a funny moment where Anderson talked about the stages of a failing cable TV news program.  Enjoy ~

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Anderson posted the following to his IG account on Saturday ~
 

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Variety posted the following video from an interview with Anderson at the Sundance Film Festival ~

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Friday, February 05, 2016

Anderson Cooper 360 on February 5, 2016


Anderson Cooper anchored an expanded two hour edition of AC360 from a CNN studio and not the back of a U-Haul in New Hampshire!   The program was all political with the exception of an AC360 News Bulletin at the end of the first hour.  More of Anderson's interview with The Donald was aired, some new, some a repeat from last night.  We found this part interesting for Anderson's quick reaction ~

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Thursday, February 04, 2016

Anderson Cooper on Thursday, February 4, 2016


A preview was shown on The Situation Room:

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Anderson Cooper anchored an extended two hour edition of AC360 Live from Manchester, N.H.  The majority of the program was his interview with The Donald earlier in the day.  From the few minutes we watched it didn't appear that The Donald really answered any questions the audience members asked.  Even Anderson admitted that his answers were missing specifics during the panel discussion.  From what we saw it seems like the only thing The Donald wants to talk about his The Donald.  As for the story about losing his brother, there was no mention of the fact that Donald withheld money for that brother's sick grandchild at one point because he was mad at the family.  Also no mention of the fact that had he invested his inheritance in stocks that netted the market average, he would have more money today.  Makes one wonder how good of a businessman he really is and why these questions are never asked by anyone at CNN.


Anderson chatted with Don Lemon on CNN Tonight for a few minutes about his interview with The Donald:

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Anderson Tweeted out a photo of his view while anchoring AC360 tonight - the back of a U-Haul?


A couple photos of AC's interview today posted to social media:



And another photo from last night's Town Hall compliments of Zimbio.com


Because the subject was The Donald tonight and we couldn't bear to watch (there was a Dem debate on another network that was very good) we don't have much to share of Anderson's big interview from today.  But we will leave you with this gem from the 2006 Emmy Awards.  A visual in case The Donald does return to Iowa and buys a farm!

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Wednesday, February 03, 2016

Anderson Cooper on Wednesday, February 3, 2016


Anderson Cooper was on the Situation Room to preview the Town Hall he was moderating.


Erin Burnett was in Derry, New Hampshire to anchor her program and Anderson joined her ahead of anchoring AC360.


Anderson anchored AC360 from Derry, N.H. for most of the hour with Erin Burnett taking over the last few minutes as he made his way down to the stage.


Anderson Cooper moderated the CNN Democratic Town Hall with Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton each taking the stage for one hour.


Anderson joined Don Lemon and the panel on CNN Tonight to discuss a couple favorite moments from the debate.  Here's the clip:

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Tuesday, February 02, 2016

Anderson Cooper 360 on Tuesday, February 2, 2016


Anderson Cooper anchored an expanded two hour edition of AC360 from CNN's Washington, D.C. bureau.  It appeared that he received the FedEx package with another suit!   The two hours was spent re-hashing the results of the Iowa Caucuses and predicting what will happen in New Hampshire next week.  Anderson closed the program by reminding viewers he will be hosting the Democratic Presidential Town Hall tomorrow night.


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Anderson Cooper on Monday, February 1, 2016


Anderson Cooper was in CNN's  Washington, DC bureau today for coverage of the Iowa Caucuses.  He and Wolf started coverage in The Situation Room and were on air until 2pmET.   Anderson is headed to New Hampshire to moderate the Democratic Town Hall on Wednesday night.  He mentioned that he's been in the same suit for four days and was having someone FedEx more clothes to New Hampshire for him.  Here's hoping that he hasn't been in the same shirt!!   Van Jones posted the following behind the scenes photo to Twitter.


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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Anderson Cooper 360 on Sunday, January 31, 2016


Anderson Cooper anchored a special two hour edition of AC360 from the CNN Washington, DC Bureau ahead of the Iowa Caucuses tomorrow/Monday night.  It was an all politics event with a large panel trying to predict the outcome.  

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David Axelrod posted the above Behind The Scenes photo.


The above photo was posted by Jim Obergefell from the AC2 Live show in Columbus, Ohio Saturday night.  Mr. Obergefell's (Obergefell vs. Hodges) was the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case that made same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states.   It was Ohio Governor John Kasich that wouldn't allow that state to list Mr. Obergefell as the surviving spouse on his husband's death certificate despite the fact that the couple was legally married in Maryland prior to his death in Ohio.  Perhaps the media including CNN and AC360 could do a better job of informing voters on candidates actions and positions instead of spending so much time on the shiny object named Trump?!

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