Wait. What? CNN Hosts Defend President Trump

It is a remarkable event and a cold day in the nether regions when not one but two CNN hosts ride to the defense of Donald Trump. The President will probably not be calling out their behavior as Fake News. One day it was Anderson Cooper taking on a Democrat Congressman. The next day it was Fareed Zakaria who had a segment about the President being correct. Here are those amazing events for you to read over.

As Written and Reported by Thomas Lifson for the American Thinker:

What on earth is going on at CNN, the most anti-Trump TV operation of all? Has the ratings disaster of chronic third-place status in the cable news ratings provoked some introspection? Or, is reality starting to sink in? I am puzzled, but I expect that conspiracy theorists on the left already are devising scenarios to explain uncharacteristic positions by two of its most prominent hosts.

On Friday, Anderson Cooper took on Trump-hating California Democratic Congressman Eric Swalwell and shut him down when he attempted to weave an election conspiracy theory. Ryan Saavedra of The Daily Wire caught the moment:

Appearing on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360°,” Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) brought up the messages that were discovered between Trump’s longtime friend Roger Stone and WikiLeaks as he suggested that the American public was not being told the truth about what happened.

“The larger issue here is, I do not believe that the Trump team, the family, the candidate, and associates like Stone are not coming clean,” Swalwell said. “I am here in Muscatine, Iowa, Anderson, talking to voters and what they are saying to me is, ‘just come clean, just tell us the truth so we can better protect the ballot box when we go to vote this November.’”

Cooper wasn’t buying the allegation that votes were changed…..

CNN shocker: 2 hosts defend Trump


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