Breitbart Chief White House Correspondent Takes on Biased CNN Reporter

At a Newseum panel in DC on Wednesday, Breitbart Chief White House Correspondent Charlie Spiering took on CNN and the liberal media over biased reporting. In this article, it is noteworthy that CNN and its liberal base do not see this bias. It is invisible to them. This is worth a few minutes to read. Please do.

As Written By Penny Starr for Breitbart: 

Breitbart Chief White House Correspondent Charlie Spiering didn’t back down when CNN’s Jim Acosta claimed at an event on Wednesday in Washington, D.C. that members of the media should get along, even if they have ideological differences.

“I’d love for all of us to get away from this day where we’re just ripping each other apart because of political differences,” Acosta said on a panel at the Newseum focused on the press coverage of the presidency. “I think good people can disagree on the issues and it’s time for good people to disagree in a civil way about how the news is covered in this country.”

“I’d love to see it down the street on Pennsylvania Avenue, and I’d love to see it at places like Breitbart and perhaps our folks can do a better job at that as well,” Acosta said.

“Well, I think that the sort of go along, get along, everyone gets along climate in Washington, D.C. is what Americans are tired of,” Spiering said. “They’re tired of the closeness of the news media with the officials they cover. They’re tired of the stories of everybody hanging out and going out to dinners and partying.”

Spiering was interrupted by Julie Pace of the Associated Press.

“That happens with Republicans and Democrats too, to be fair,” Pace said. “I mean it’s not……..


Breitbart Chief WH Correspondent Confronts CNN Reporter on Media Bias: ‘Part of the Swamp Trump Supporters Were Sick of’


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