Wolf Blitzer recently took it upon himself to try and help combat CNN’s image as a purveyor of “fake news” by lecturing a reporter on air about the difference between “good” and “bad” sources. Check it out:
Things got very awkward on CNN when @wolfblitzer taught @GloriaBorger about using better sources https://t.co/qo8lA7ujoL
— David Rutz (@DavidRutz) July 28, 2017
Will CNN broadcast Wolf Blitzer’s Journalism 101 class to reporters on a daily basis? Because that would be entertaining.
Oomph this is brutal. https://t.co/gpuybSIZnm
— Peter J. Hasson (@peterjhasson) July 29, 2017
?? yes it was so funny. I do believe he is getting tired of being laughed at ???#CNNisFakeNews
— Debbie Babcock (@proudestmommom) July 29, 2017
Should make its way into one of those cringe videos. #FakeNewsBorger
— Eric Ladny (@EricLadny) July 29, 2017
Gloria is the same person who's sources told her Comey was going to testify that he did NOT tell Trump he wasn't under investigation pic.twitter.com/VfVagpTDzh
— Sam (@Sam_5thEstate) July 29, 2017
Blitzer later let Borger know what was a “good source”:
Video: After @WolfBlitzer mocked @GloriaBorger earlier (https://t.co/rdsuNoUDvb) for having bad sources, he just did it again #awkward pic.twitter.com/mzPedrf44X
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) July 28, 2017
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