(National Sentinel) Bye-Bye: The propaganda mill known as CNN is high on POTUS Donald Trump’s list of least-favorite media networks, and there’s a good reason for it. The network’s clown hosts and pretend journalists are nothing but anti-Trump hatemongers who long ago tossed their journalistic ethics out the window when it comes to covering him and his administration fairly.
So it comes as no surprise to us that CNN‘s chief White House hack Jim Acosta would use the opportunity of a joint presser between the president and UK Prime Minister Theresa May as an opportunity to embarrass the leader of the free world on an international stage.
But POTUS Trump was ready for him.
The Western Journal reported:
President Donald Trump refused to take a question from CNN’s Jim Acosta during a joint news conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday, labeling his network “fake news.”
Trump had just completed answering a question and turned to Fox News White House correspondent John Roberts for the next, when Acosta shouted out, “Since you attacked CNN can I ask you a question?”
“Can I ask you a question?” Acosta repeated.
“No, no,” Trump said. “John Roberts got it. CNN’s fake news, I don’t take questions from CNN. CNN is fake news, I don’t take questions from CNN.”
“John Roberts of Fox,” Trump reiterated. “Let’s go to a real network.”
During another segment, Trump noted that the NATO summit, while it got off to a rocky start because he criticized — and rightfully so — a shady gas pipeline deal Germany had made with Russia, ended on a note of unity and agreement for NATO countries to boost their military spending.
Many outlets correctly reported that fact. But NBC News must have missed it. Or something.
The Western Journal:
Earlier during the news conference, Trump called on NBC White House correspondent Kristen Welker, who asked him whether he was giving Russia President Vladimir Putin the “upper hand” by criticizing alliances like NATO.
Before Welker’s question, the president had noted that numerous media outlets correctly reported that the NATO meeting had ended on a high note with unity among the allies on various issues including increased military spending and the threat posed by Russia.
“See, that’s such dishonest reporting,” Trump in response to Welker’s query. “Of course it happens to be NBC — which is possibly worse than CNN.”
Way to go, Mr. President, way to go!
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