‘It’s a very big win’: CNN’s Anderson Cooper on election night
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper said he is grateful for the efforts of his fellow political commentator, former White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest, who is currently on leave.
Cooper said his colleague is still “on a tear” and said he has been impressed with the efforts he has made.
Cooper added that the two had a long talk about election night.
He said Earnest and his team were “not satisfied” with the election results and that they felt that it was unfair.
“They were trying to make sure that every American got to cast their vote, but they weren’t satisfied that they were getting enough votes,” Cooper said.
Cooper called it a “very big win.”
“They really pushed the envelope in terms of their thinking,” he said.
“And it was just so gratifying to see how it came out.”
Cooper said the campaign did a good job getting out the vote.
He also praised Earnest’s work on Twitter.
He tweeted, “I hope the media does a better job of covering the election.
If they do, I’m all for it.”
Cooper has been critical of the president in the past, especially after his campaign did not have enough delegates to win the Republican presidential nomination.
He was critical of Trump during the presidential campaign for not campaigning for GOP candidate Mike Huckabee.
He later joined the president’s transition team, and he praised Trump for his job performance as president-elect.
Cooper also criticized Trump for not taking responsibility for the election’s outcome, and said his team did not believe the results would change the country.
“I think what was really lost in the process was the fact that the American people voted, and they’re not happy about that,” Cooper told “Face the Nation.”
Cooper also said that he was concerned about the number of people who voted early, because of the number who were turned away at the polls. “
So they don’t want to be blamed for their election.”
Cooper also said that he was concerned about the number of people who voted early, because of the number who were turned away at the polls.
Cooper was also critical of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign, which he said failed to turn out voters.
“There’s this idea that the election was rigged, and this is a very common thing that people say,” he told CBS News.
“This election was a rigged election, and there were hundreds of thousands of votes that weren’t counted.”
Cooper called Clinton “a dishonest liar” who has “lied” about the election in the last two years.