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blitzer

(ˈblɪtsə)
n
a person or thing that blitzes
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Nadler on Wednesday told CNN's Wolf Blitzer that "it may very well come to" launching an impeachment inquiry but that "right now, there doesn't appear to be the support for it".
CNN's Wolf Blitzer will serve as master of ceremonies during the November event.
"We've watched throughout the day, it's been a long time since anyone's seen Maduro," Pompeo said in an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer on "The Situation Room." "He had an airplane on the tarmac, he was ready to leave this morning as we understand it and the Russians indicated he should stay." "He was headed for Havana," Pompeo said.
The filmmakers of "A Night at the Garden, which has been nominated for an Oscar in the category of documentary short, confirmed to The Washington Post on Friday that the 30-second ad spot would air during "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer on CNN and "The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC on Monday.
As CNN's Wolf Blitzer writes in the foreword: "If you want answers, you have to ask questions."
Speaking to the network's Wolf Blitzer, Pompeo said the Kingdom was "an enormous support" to the US.
* CNN will have Wolf Blitzer and Jake Tapper anchoring coverage, with Dana Bash, John King, Gloria Borger, Nia-Malika Henderson, Joan Biskupic and Jeffrey Toobin.
CNN reporter Jim Acosta was heckled at President Donald Trump's rally after he arrived at the Florida State Fairgrounds and attempted to deliver a speech with colleague Wolf Blitzer on Tuesday.
For Wolf Blitzer, CNN's anchor of the Situation Room, war in Yemen and killing thousands of civilians is not a "moral issue."
US President Donald Trump being interviewed in January by CNN journalist Wolf Blitzer. (AFP Photo/Regine Mahaux / MANI
"If we have to go to war to stop this, we will," Graham told CNN's Wolf Blitzer on Tuesday.