In case you were wondering what the half-hour remake of CNN’s resuscitated Crossfire would sound/look like, two of its regulars – Stephanie Cutter on the left and S.E. Cupp on the right — visited Wolf Blitzer’s The Situation Room to give viewers a taste yesterday. They “discussed” voter fraud. It sounded like cats in a bag. CNN’s most anticipated series debuts Monday, September 16 at 6:30 PM ET — now starring, most notably, former Speaker of the House and GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich. The political gabfest previously aired weeknights from 1982-2005, and is maybe best remembered these days for the time Jon Stewart appeared on the show in October 2004, ostensibly to promote his book America (The Book): A Citizen’s Guide To Democracy Inaction, but mostly to tell the show’s talking heads that the program was “hurting America. Here is what I wanted to tell you guys: Stop… You have a responsibility to the public discourse, and you fail miserably.” Watch here:
CNN Samples Resuscitated ‘Crossfire’: VIDEO
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