Monday, September 17, 2012

Anderson Cooper 360, Monday September 17, 2012

Discussion with Paul Begala, Ari Fleischer and Jim Acosta

LIBYA: U.S. WARNED OF THREATS: Anderson Cooper and Arwa Damon reporting
Follow up with Fran Townsend and Bob Baer

OBAMA VS. ROBERTS? Anderson interviews Jeffrey Toobin about his new book, 'The Oath'


AMERICAN FREED FROM NICARAGUAN JAIL: Anderson interviews Jason Puracal

KATE MIDDLETON TOPLESS PHOTO SCANDAL: Anderson and Max Foster reporting



Anderson and Kristin Chenoweth tweeted about Gangnam Style by PSY. If you don't know what all the fuss is about check out the video.

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Anonymous said...

I tuned in a few minutes late. Anderson, Fleischer and Begala were well into their discussion about Romney's comments surreptitiously caught on tape. Begala was totally right when he said 'this is what Republicans believe' and Fleischer was spinning, deflecting Anderson's questions and talking about tangents.

Did they ever discuss Romney's 'it would be easier if I was a Latino' remark? Did I miss that?

The segment on Libya was pretty good. I liked listening to Arwa Damon much more than Fran Townsend.

Isha was so cute, naming the new baby panda 'Elise Sesay'.

360 has spent a lot of time on the Jason Puracel case and it's great he's finally out of that Nicaraguan prison. However I wondered why I didn't hear about Puracel anywhere else or if anyone at 360 had a personal connection to his case.

Max Foster did a good job reporting on Kate Middleton and the paparazzi photos. I just wish it had been Richard Quest instead.


aries moon said...

The week has barely started and it's already disastrous for Romney--the Politico report about discord within his team and his "inelegant" statements about half of the electorate. Attempting to pivot to the economy will never disguise the fact that Romney's a horrible candidate who should never be let near the White House.

On a previous post a commenter said that Rasmussen is a non-partisan poll--this is the first I've heard of that because Rasmussen is well known to skew to the right.