Liberals Struck Dumb As CNN Finally Tells Truth About Trump With Massive Compliment On Live TV

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CNN has made a small fortune duping liberals into hating President Trump.  Their carefully crafted narrative never meets a truth they can’t bury.

Trump sells I get it, but the media should have a higher purpose, mainly to tell the truth. With great power comes great responsibility and all that.

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CNN viewers have become so accustomed to its anti-Trump, anti-truth agenda that their liberal audience was literally struck dumb when CNN’s Dana Bash went on Wolf Blitzer’s show and did the unthinkable – she not only told the truth about Trump, but she actually gave him a massive compliment.

Speaking about the extraordinary press conference/immigration negotiation that Trump had the courage to hold on live TV yesterday – imagine Obama or Bush trying to do that – Bash said:

“I’m sure I’m gonna get hit for this, and I don’t really care. The bottom line is that this is … a year ago, this is the presidency that many people thought Donald Trump was capable of. We don’t know if this is a results-driven debate, but just the notion of him being in command, of him wanting the cameras in there. … This is what people who had high hopes for the Trump presidency thought it would be.”

Wow. On CNN no less…but Bash was just getting started complimenting Trump for being the politician Americans want.

“We’ve all covered a lot of photo ops for the sake of bringing the cameras in to send an image around the world. That’s not what this was, and we are as skeptical as they come…really not convinced that it would have been any different had the cameras not been in there.”

Nope. It was classic Trump, keeping both sides guessing as he moved the whole debate forward. It was a beautiful thing to watch and exactly why we elected him – to get both parties to the table so we can start making deals that benefit America.


This isn’t new – Trump’s been doing this since day 1 – but CNN covering him honestly is and hopefully, they will continue to do so.