Senior officials are making a coordinated push to discredit Senate report.
“There are certain things that are always off the table," Michael Hayden said.
Sen. Ron Wyden said CIA director left open the possibility of torture being used again.
“I think there was misleading of the committee,” Sen. Angus King said.
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse says members of Congress should come clean about what they knew.
Deval Patrick said Democrats in midterms didn't tell voters what they stood for.
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) wants to make you a bet.
"Elizabeth Warren is constructive. She’s not like Ted Cruz," Schumer said.
"I think we'll see a consequence of the release of this report,” Mike Rogers said.
NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said the chokehold "looks awful."
Kasich defended his policies that don’t match with the GOP platform.
Former President George W. Bush said the grand jury's decision was "hard to understand."
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and 2016 also grabbed some airtime.
Sen. Saxby Chambliss (Ga.) says the furor over the Central Intelligence Agency is overblown.
“I urge everyone to just read the report,” the GOP senator said.
“Torture is what the al Qaeda terrorists did to 3,000 Americans on 9/11," he said.
Rep. Pete King (R-N.Y.) said it'll be difficult to reverse damage done to CIA’s reputation.
Rove disputed a claim that the former president was kept in the dark until 2006.
Jose Rodriguez said House Democratic leaders knew about harsh tactics and did not object.
Rove said the procedure was necessary to keep detainees nourished during hunger strikes.
The former president said Hillary Clinton would make a formidable candidate.
Prince William and the duchess of Cambridge have events planned in New York.
Bill De Blasio said there are systemic racial problems in the United States.
Esaw Garner said her husband's death isn't simply a racial issue.