Ryan Foley

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Ryan Foley has written for the school newspaper in both high school and college, with a total of eight years of writing experience. He graduated from Rhode Island College in May 2017 with a B.A. in Political Science. Since graduating from college, he has written for Red Alert Politics and Rouser News in addition to maintaining a personal blog. Ryan was a participant in the National Journalism Center's Spring 2018 internship program. Ryan currently resides in Westerly, Rhode Island and is a native of Elmira, New York.

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2016 Republican presidential candidate and Ohio Governor John Kasich, who has remained a critic of the Trump administration, fielded questions from New Day co-host Alisyn Camerota about a possible 2020 Presidential run on Tuesday.


On CNN’s New Day this morning, the hosts instituted a double standard when it came to political statements at the State of the Union. As the guests on the show previewed President Trump’s first State of the Union address since taking office, co-host Alisyn Camerota said that his choice to bring victims of crimes committed at the hands of illegal immigrants as guests to the State of the Union tonight does not convey a unifying message.


On CNN’s New Day Tuesday morning, host Chris Cuomo continued to perform the usual duties of the liberal media, acting as a PR firm for the Democrats and the group of about 800,000 illegal immigrants known as “Dreamers.”

During a testy exchange on CNN’s New Day Monday morning, anchor Chris Cuomo accused White House Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah of “sounding like the Clinton folks” when it came to his criticism of the FBI.  Cuomo apparently forgets that just a year and a half earlier, he himself sounded a lot like the “Clinton folks”, as he repeated the Democratic Presidential candidate’s talking points surrounding the Clinton e-mail investigation throughout the 2016 Presidential Election season.