Wolf Blitzer unveils new studio (and glasses)

Fresh off covering the Republican and Democratic conventions, longtime anchor Wolf Blitzer, who appeared to be sporting a new pair of black-framed shades, was on hand Monday to unveil his show’s new digs, which boasts not one, but two so-called “magic walls” for election coverage.

The revamped space, which has a whopping 109 video monitors, took about a year and a half to complete.

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Word is that Rep. Jason ChaffetzJason ChaffetzFive memorable moments from Hillary Clinton’s newest book Clinton says she mistook Chaffetz for Priebus at Trump's inauguration Curtis wins GOP primary for House seat vacated by Jason Chaffetz MORE (R-Utah) will help christen the spot — he’ll be the first member of Congress to be live in the studio when he appears Monday evening on “The Situation Room.”