CNN This Morning
Stories from across the world and refreshing conversations with Don Lemon, Poppy Harlow, and Kaitlan Collins.
Embattled crypto founder Sam Bankman-Fried says he never meant to commit fraud and is down to $100K after hitting $26B. CNN Anchor Christine Romans joins to discuss the stunning collapse of crypto exchange FTX, and the civil and federal investigations Bankman-Fried is now facing. Republicans and Mark Zuckerberg fall in line behind Elon Musk and speak out against Apple’s threat to remove Twitter from its App Store. Rep. Zoe Lofgren speaks with co-host Kaitlan Collins about the January 6 Committee meeting to consider potential criminal referrals, and what will happen to the records and evidence from the investigation.
CNN Correspondent Veronica Miracle reports on Idaho police receiving forensic test results in the killings of four University students, and who now say the incident may not have been a targeted attack. The Dow enters a bull market as the Fed Chief teases slower rate hikes. CNN Business Correspondent Rachel Solomon joins to discuss what it means for you. CNN Correspondent Tom Foreman gives details of declassified documents that show George Bush hit back at claims the US could have stopped 9/11, and claimed the prior terror threat was only overseas. Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie has died aged 79. Rolling Stone writer Brittany Spanos reflects on the singer-songwriter’s career.
Hosted by Don Lemon, Kaitlan Collins and Poppy Harlow.