White House Reacts to CNN Disrespect

Among the biggest enemies of President Donald Trump, excluding Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters and Adam Schiff, is CNN, the nation’s leading source of anti-Trump fake news. The relationship between CNN and Trump is more hostile than the relationship between Iran and Israel.

During Trump’s press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May, CNN reporter Jim Acosta was interrupting and disrespectful and Trump took notice. Afterwards, it was announced that National Security Adviser John Bolton would not be conducting a scheduled interview with CNN in response to the rudeness and disrespect shown by the network.

(The Daily Wire) – We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: President Trump really can’t stand CNN.

He hammers them whenever he can, often labeling the liberal network “fake news” (and sometimes “really fake news”). But the tiff grew bigger on Saturday when the White House canceled a planned interview on CNN with national security adviser John Bolton.

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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said a CNN reporter “disrespected” Trump while the president was overseas.

At an international press conference on Friday, Trump again bashed CNN during a press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May. “Since you attacked CNN can I ask you a question?” petulant CNN correspondent Jim Acosta said, interrupting the presser…

Some of us wonder how CNN has managed to keep it’s FCC license with the amount of fake news and out-right slanted and biased news that many no longer consider to be journalism? If I were president, I would ban CNN, as well as NBC and MSNBC from White House press conferences and tell them that when they can start reporting like respectable journalists, they’ll be let back in.

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