In this clip, S.E.Cupp previews the book "In Defense of Elitism". Great discussion with the author Joel Stein.
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In this weekend's primetime edition of CNN's Newsroom with Ana Cabrera, S.E. Cupp says that Hunter Biden has to confront the tough questions on the campaign trail and face reality.
Are the Bidens scrutinized as they should have been? Let us know your thoughts in comments !!
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Here in this clip from "UnFiltered" dated 23rd November 2019, CNN's Van Jones and S.E. Cupp discuss about the price that democrats may have to pay because of actions of some of the democrats who ran on impeachment platform even before inauguration in 2016.
S.E. agrees and calls it a "Trust deficit". Let us know what you think in your comments
In Nov 23rd edition of S.E. Cupp Unfiltered, S.E runs through facts and disputes in the case for impeachment
Fact, that Trump asked for an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden and his son is established. But money of-course was released and Trump got nothing. Republicans have argued that there is no quid pro quo, but testimonies definitely proved that there was an attempt at it (asking for a favor).
S.E. is right. Facts are not disputable. What is disputable is "If it is an impeachable offense". On a side note, apart from S.E, I have seen many conservative thinkers who thinks same way as well. John Kass, a conservative columnist for Chicago Tribune see to agree that an attempt was made for quid-pro-quo. He further writes in Chicago Tribune "Of many democratic cries for impeachment based on Trump's boorish demeanor, the Schiff hearings over Trump's ill-advised phone call to the Ukrainian president seemed strongest" S.E. brings up a right point. It is up to us "We the people" too to decide. If this behavior is ok now, it should be ok for the future Presidents too
Let us know what you think.
Even one Senate seat has lot of potential to do good, however not fixing shit is profitable in politics, says S.E. Cupp in her sit-down with Chelsea and Evan McMullin at Netflix.
She seems right. Several age-old problems ranging from broken immigration to healthcare to gun violence to the criminal justice reform to social security & medicare, everything have been left lingering for years.
Do you agree with S.E.? Weigh in your thoughts in comments section below
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Talking about current field of democratic candidates in their primaries, S.E. thinks that this is the most diverse field of candidates she has ever seen. Also she cautions the democrats about extreme progressive agenda.
Tell us if you agree with her.
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Here in this video S.E. discusses the potential political cost that could accompany the impeachment.
This clip is a snippet from a panel discussion held today in Cornell themed "Election 2020 State of play one year and counting".
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At a panel discussion held today in Cornell, S.E. Cupp spoke briefly on the topic of tribalism. Piggybacking on her recent article in CNN, S.E. Cupp emphasized the importance of being connected locally in our own communities.
If you are inclined to read the complete article, do read it here. You won't regret it and it is time well spent.
S.E. Cupp answers a question from audience on whether there is an identity crisis in the GOP.
Republican party today is a party of Trump, says S.E., rejecting that there is an identity crisis. The crisis, she believes that the party has is existential crisis from where the party is going and who its biggest mouth piece will be.
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Answering a question from audience on whether President Trump is good for media as a business, S.E. answers that she thinks he is. She thinks that only silverlining in Trump's hostility towards press is that it made the press better since media is in scrutinity.
She further adds:
There's no question that it's good for media as business. I would hope that he has also made us better because he swings us a lot. Sometimes we deserve it. So I hope all of us question what we are saying whether it is true, whether we are doing our job the best we can.
Do you agree with S.E.? Let us know your feedback in comments section.
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