CNN’s relaunch of “Crossfire” is moving up a week to take advantage of the Congressional debate on the White House resolution to use force in Syria. The show’s debut had been planned for Sept. 16. Instead, the first new episode will now air Monday, Sept. 9 at 6:30pmET, the day Congress returns from recess. Newt Gingrich, who is among the hosts, was a part of CNN’s coverage yesterday. The news was first reported in Politico Playbook.
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