Part of a lengthy article from the New York Times recently contained a claim that President Trump consumes up to a dozen cans of Diet Coke per day. Earlier today CNN mentioned that detail, but later they devoted an entire segment to it and lined up 12 cans of Diet Coke just in case you couldn’t envision what that might look like:
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— CNN (@CNN) December 11, 2017
This. Is CNN.
Are we seriously doing this? https://t.co/8YP0jveRGS
— Michael Shapiro (@mis2127) December 11, 2017
Why yes they are!
This is your "Trusted news source" … Lets tweet about diet coke! The worst news org on the planet..
Sad how far they have fallen..
— Johnny Wishbone (@JWishbon3) December 11, 2017
Well that was completely useless.
— ynrozturk (@ynrozturk) December 11, 2017
— Chris (@concretevol) December 11, 2017
Hard hitting journalism from CNN.https://t.co/UYw7SXputp
— Roy (@IroynA) December 11, 2017
— ♥ Shelly (@ClassyChicShel) December 11, 2017
How many ??? each day does CNN claim are ??? https://t.co/vP2x6oEib7
— CRTV (@CRTV) December 11, 2017
"but how can we tie russia to this" -CNN probably https://t.co/oiS3yBBVBP
— Ryan Brennan (@the_ryanbrennan) December 11, 2017
The Russia collusion thing must REALLY not be going anywhere when the fallback is sounding the alarm about Diet Coke consumption.
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