CNN vs Team Trump – This Got Ugly QUICK

If Joe Biden turns up for Thursday’s debate on CNN, one of the biggest obstacles facing Donald Trump won’t be controlling the president but rather Jake Tapper and Dana Bash, who will serve as moderators. Tapper and Bash are among the most anti-Trump individuals there are, so when Trump spokesperson Karoline Leavitt mentioned their bias during her appearance on CNN on Monday to talk about the next debate, anchor Kasie Hunt had a fit.

When Leavitt brought up the fact that Trump was about to “walk into a hostile atmosphere on this very network with debate moderators who have made their feelings about him very well known over the past eight years,” Hunt said that Tapper and Bash were both “professional.”

Leavitt, however, had receipts with him.

Firstly, a quick Google search for Donald Trump and Jake Tapper would reveal that Tapper often made comparisons between Trump and Adolf Hitler. Subsequently, Hunt lost her cool and charged Leavitt with “attacking” her peers.

“We’ll have this discourse about Joe Biden and Donald Trump, whom you work for if you’re here to speak on his behalf,” Hunt continued.

Leavitt answered, “I am expressing facts that your colleagues have stated in the past.”

“I apologize to all of you. I appreciate your time very much, Karoline. I invite you to return whenever you like,” Hunt answered.

Following Leavitt’s departure from the program, she stated, “She is welcome to come back and speak about Donald Trump.”

Leavitt was, of course, entirely correct. Tapper equated Trump’s immigration rhetoric to Hitler as recently as December.

“With four weeks until Ohioans conduct the country’s first presidential vote in 2024, Adolf Hitler’s demeaning speech is once again very much in circulation on the national political scene. Naturally, the US is the focus this time. This time, the speaker introduced Republican front-runner Donald Trump, a former president whose views on immigration were startlingly transparent over the weekend. Opening a copy of Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” would reveal the Nazi leader calling the intermingling of non-Germans and Germans “poisoning.” Hitler claimed that the Jew “poisons the blood of others.”

Trump spokeswoman Karoline Leavitt gets cut off by CNN host as she brings up Jake Tapper’s history of comparing Trump to Hitler.

Hunt was aware that Leavitt was correct, and the truth was too much for her to take. In actuality, Tapper is anti-Trump, just like most of the CNN staff. CNN’s hosts don’t care about facts or journalism standards. Years ago, they tossed that all out. We saw it clearly when the media, including Tapper, accepted the story of Russian collusion as fact and even asserted that the Russiagate dossier was verified.

Author: Steven Sinclaire


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