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Pres. Obama was slammed by critics after saying, "We don't have a strategy yet," on Syrian airstrikes. In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, White House press secretary Josh Earnest follows up and explains what the President was trying to say.
Robin Williams was a guest on the legendary show "Inside the Actor's Studio," where he displayed his comedic genius and his poignant poetic side. Wolf Blitzer talks to the host of the program, James Lipton.
A controversial character himself, Moshe Feiglin, the deputy speaker of the Israeli parliament, responds to Hamas spokesman Osama Hamdan after Hamdan called him out in a fiery interview with Wolf Blitzer. Feiglin, a conservative member of the Knesset, also defends his comments calling for Palestinians to move to "tent encampments" in Sinai.
In a tense interview, Wolf Blitzer challenges the Hamas spokesman Osama Hamdan on comments he made suggesting that Jews killed Christians and mixed their blood in holy matzo.
He's known as Hollywood's most feared lawyer. Wolf Blitzer talks to the super lawyer Bertram Fields, who will question Donald Sterling during a trial to determine his mental competency.
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After a brutal grilling on Capitol Hill, the seemingly unflappable IRS Commissioner John Koskinen talks to CNN's Wolf Blitzer about the accusations plaguing his agency as he tries to restore the public's trust in it.
President Barack Obama exhorted Iraqi leaders to come up with a political solution to governing their nation because "if they don't, there won't be a military solution to the problem," he told CNN in an interview Friday. CNN's Kate Bolduan has the interview.
In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, the George W. Bush administration's legal adviser at the State Department says that President Obama made the right call to swap Sgt. Bergdahl for give Taliban suspects because the detainees had to be released eventually anyway.
Sen. Saxby Chambliss believes the Guantanamo Taliban detainees swapped for Bowe Bergdahl will reenter the terror fray.
In an interview Tuesday with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, Chambliss, the top Republican on the Senate Intelligence Committee, called the detainees "high-level individuals" with ties to al Qaeda as well as Mullah Mohammed Omar, who is credited with creating the Taliban.
"There's a lot of celebrating going on in the Mullah Omar household tonight, I assure you that," he said, appearing on CNN's "The Situation Room."
"These are not the type of individuals that we need to return to the battle, and I assure you, they will be Mullah Omar's board of directors to carry out additional long-term terrorist attacks against America and Americans," he said.
"Those are not the types of individuals that you ought to bargain for."
Chambliss suggested that as many as three of the Taliban militants could have American blood on their hands.
He pointed to an attack on a compound in Afghanistan in November of 2001 when Johnny Micheal Spann, a CIA operative, was killed. He was the first American killed in that war.
The Georgia Republican quickly noted though those detainees were not charged with killing Spann, they were involved in the planning and financing of operations that resulted in American deaths.
Chambliss plans to send a letter to the White House pushing the administration to declassify the files on the five detainees.
Asked by Blitzer what he would've done, if he were charged with determining the conditions for the swap for Bergdahl, Chambliss said "I would have offered them at least somebody at a lower level ... these guys are bad guys."