SHOCK: Liberal CNN Fires Host After Calling Trump a Profanity

CNN has to be THE most far-left liberal mainstream media outlet, although MSNBC is a close second. If CNN has ever reported anything positive or supportive of President Donald Trump, I never heard about it. However, they are known for the mudslinging and even fake news stories designed to make Trump and Republicans look bad. That’s why it’s so surprising that they took such harsh action in firing host Reza Aslan for using profanity in describing Trump.

CNN has parted ways with controversial host Reza Aslan one week after Aslan called President Trump “a piece of s—” and “an embarrassment to mankind” on Twitter.

“CNN has decided to not move forward with production on the acquired series “Believer with Reza Aslan,'” the network said in a statement. “We wish Reza and his production team all the best.”

The Iranian-born Aslan is the host of CNN’s “Believer,” which aired weekly on Sunday nights. The 45-year-old author and religious scholar also called the president a “man baby” in a subsequent tweet. That tweet was in response to a decision by NBC News to not report on Trump’s retweet of a Drudge Report tweet reporting London terror attacks because it contained “unconfirmed information” at the time. The network instead referred to the situation as a “security incident.” …

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After first firing Kathy Griffin for her obscene stunt holding a Trump mask up that appeared to be dripping with blood and now firing Aslan, could it really be possible that CNN is truly trying to clean up their act? Is it possible that they could soon start broadcasting the truth about President Donald Trump and conservative Republicans? I strongly doubt it.




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