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Brian Stelter seems triggered by a misspelling in Fox News chyron about Yovanovitch

CNN hall monitor Brian Stelter is on the beat, watching Fox News like everyone else and picking apart everything he sees, particularly the opinion segments. He also seems to be triggered by a misspelling — something CNN never does.


If you remember, Rep. Chris Stewart used his time Friday to ask former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch two simple questions:

Anyway, Stelter seems upset that Fox News is reporting that Yovanovitch admitted the president didn’t commit a crime.



Stelter was just asking for it.

Like Stelter himself said when defending his segment on Trump’s Twitter typos, “accuracy always matters.”


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