Chris Gordon Biography
Chris Gordon is an American legal analyst and reporter working for NBC4. He is a lawyer and also the founder of LawScope.
He has been a reporter for more than 2 decades working as an analyst for Court TV. Gordon has also made appearances on CNBC, MSNBC, CNN, and numerous radio stations across the country. He discusses trials, court decisions, and U.S. Supreme Court rulings.
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Gordon has been a TV anchor, reporter, and interviewer for more than 2 decades. He has also worked as an analyst for COURT TV and has made notable appearances on CNBC, MSNBC, CNN, and several radio stations across the country.
He has won Emmy Awards for Hard News having covered the fatal shootings of two officers at the U.S.A. Capitol, the riots in the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood of Washington.
This was after the police beat up a civilian. He also won an Emmy award in the category, Outstanding Program, because of his coverage of the dedication of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. He also won an award because of his report on a quadriplegic skydiver, Best Feature.
Gordon was also an anchor at Court TV located in New York City as from 1996 to 1998. He used to cover trials and also provided analysis of cases, for example, the O.J. Simpson civil trial, Dr. Jack Kevorkian assisted suicide trials and the Marv Albert assault trial.
He has not only had interviews with the major newsmakers, but has also written articles in the Washington Post, Regardie’s Power Magazine, and Washingtonian.
He was a legal analyst on WMAL, ABC Radio situated in Washington D.C., and WBAL, ABC Radio located in Baltimore. He has received legal awards as well which include, the American Bar Association’s Certificate of Merit which he received twice for his TV series, How to Sue In Small Claims Court.
Hunter Steed chats with NBC4’s Gordon
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Trump defends declaring ‘Mission Accomplished’ after Syria airstrikes
President Donald Trump defended the use of the phrase “mission accomplished” after the U.S., U.K., and France conducted airstrikes Friday night that targeted the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack.
“The Syrian raid was so perfectly carried out, with such precision, that the only way the Fake News Media could demean was by my use of the term “Mission Accomplished,” Trump wrote on Twitter on Sunday morning. “I knew they would seize on this but felt it is such a great Military term, it should be brought back. Use often!”
Hours after the attacks occurred, Trump declared the military action a success.
“Could not have had a better result,” he said in a Twitter message Saturday. “Mission Accomplished!” Critics jumped on the president’s remarks, comparing his comments to a banner reading “Mission Accomplished” behind President George W. Bush during a May 2003 speech he gave on an aircraft carrier returning from a deployment to support the invasion of Iraq.
The U.S. toppled President Saddam Hussein’s government swiftly after entering the country, but the vast majority of U.S. casualties occurred later as troops battled insurgents. The war lasted until 2011.
An expanded version of this report appears on WSJ.com.