CNN Latest Botched Attempt At A Trump Jr Bombshell Story Fails Epically [Video]

A news item by CNN about Donald Trump Jr. and Wikileaks is another episode of fake news. This report was written to make it look like Trump Jr. was offered an inside look at what Wikileaks was holding.

President Donald Trump has continued to blast CNN for their fake news and their false news. Despite their arguments that they do not do it, other conservative news continues to shine a light on their bias. In this article, you can make up your own mind if they are that incompetent or that biased.

As Written By Chuck Ross for the Daily Caller:

CNN misreported key details of an offer made to Donald Trump Jr. last year of a batch of stolen Wikileaks documents.

The story, which CNN published on Friday and covered extensively on TV, was touted as the first evidence that the Trump campaign was given a heads-up about documents stolen from Democrats.

But the story appears to have been riddled with errors, while also lacking key context.

Perhaps the most jarring error in the CNN report is the date on which Trump Jr. was sent the email. The network reported that a person named Mike Erickson emailed Trump Jr. and others on the Trump campaign on Sept. 4, 2016, with a link to Wikileaks documents as well as a decryption key to access them.

The email also offered access to emails that had been stolen from former Sec. of State Colin Powell, according to CNN.

But a copy of the email provided to The Daily Caller shows that Erickson sent the email on Sept. 14.

That date is significant because WikiLeaks had released a batch of stolen documents on Sept. 13. The group touted its release of the DNC documents, which were published by Guccifer 2.0………


CNN Botches Major Donald Trump Jr. ‘Bomb | The Daily Caller

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