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Should Trump White House give CNN Fake News Network the brush off?

 

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The Clinton News Network (CNN) has been manufacturing fake news for over twenty years and have made no exception when targeting the new Trump administration. White House officials are unwilling to lay down and take the unwarranted attacks and have reportedly chosen not to allow their surrogates or officials to appear on CNN, reported the Blaze.  Should CNN be banned for its biased behavior?

Apparently unprecedented lying, made up news, and biased questioning and editorializing from DNC playbooks is no longer welcome at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.  A White House official defended their position in admitting that there was an official CNN ban.  According to Politico the official stressed, “We’re sending surrogates to places where we think it makes sense to promote our agenda.” The official added that “CNN would not fit that criteria.”

This should not be a surprise to the liberal news network.  During the 2016 presidential election season, it was caught on WikiLeaks with collaborating with both the DNC as well as the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign.  In fact, the current interim DNC chair, Donna Brazile was outed for supplying primary debate questions to Clinton’s campaign as was dismissed from her pundit position with CNN.

Conservatives and any fair person in America may be rejoicing in this new administration’s decision to not allow CNN or other biased journalists like Meet the Press anchor Chuck Todd to engage in phony ‘gotcha’ juvenile journalism tactics.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer soundly rejected the idea that CNN was being denied access to official administration surrogates. Instead he pointed out, “while there was no specific intention to ban CNN, he did not feel he should have to waste time speaking to media outlets who don’t want to report truthfully,” reported the Blaze.  He added, “I’m not going to sit around and engage with people who have no desire to actually get something right.”

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