Sit this one out, Brian, as you’re the guy who puts disgraced journo Dan Rather on your show titled, “Reliable Sources” all the time:
Wrote this about Spicer and ABC last night, now it applies to Sanders and Fox too: How should ex-White House officials be treated when they spend months misleading the public, then seek positions of fame and privilege?
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) August 22, 2019
And let’s take a look at some of CNN’s hires, shall we?
FactFirst: CNN employs James Clapper. https://t.co/FTSXafhYSu
— johnny dollar (@johnnydollar01) August 22, 2019
Was Jay Carney really any better?
*Cough cough* Jay Carney *Cough cough* https://t.co/Mqdy1ZN901
— Sean O (@Sean_O_914) August 22, 2019
It’s pretty standard for White House press secretaries to get these gigs:
FFS, Mr. Oblivious. pic.twitter.com/4bTx6iZkMx
— Mostly Plorable (@mbeauchamp3) August 22, 2019
Joe Lockhart is a CNN contributor, Tater.
— Buck Dancer (@JDQues) August 22, 2019
You see, the only pro-Trump people who deserve a perch on CNN are the pro-Trump people who are now anti-Trump:
Former GOP Rep. Joe Walsh says he is “strongly, strongly considering” launching a presidential bid to challenge Trump in 2020.
— New Day (@NewDay) August 22, 2019
Anthony Scaramucci, former Trump White House communications director, who has recently withdrawn his support for President Trump, says he is putting together a coalition of former Trump Cabinet officials to denounce the President ahead of the 2020 electionhttps://t.co/AvW5u6KP1f pic.twitter.com/ehUUVkkIw0
— New Day (@NewDay) August 19, 2019
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