Geraldo Rivera seems to have taken issue with the way in which CNN is covering the troops asking Trump and Melania to sign some MAGA swag.
And we can hardly blame him.
He gets it … CNN is reporting like they have a personal grudge here, not like it’s a real story.
Rules are rules but my friends at #CNN & co. whining about GI’s-in contravention of some obscure regulation-asking @realDonaldTrump & @FLOTUS to sign their #maga hats seems particularly petty. It has a slimy coating that indicates deeper hatred.
— Geraldo Rivera (@GeraldoRivera) December 28, 2018
‘It has a slimy coating that indicates a deeper hatred.’
Imagine being so thin-skinned and petty that you’d dedicate an entire news cycle to hoping troops serving overseas at CHRISTMAS are disciplined for asking the president and first lady to sign MAGA hats.
Of course it's petty. It's CNN.
— Agatha Gregson (@gregson_agatha) December 28, 2018
— karalot73 (@karalot73) December 28, 2018
Certainly not news.
Good call, despite the CNN hatred of the all things Trump, you spoke a fair point. Clear as day CNN is done as a news organization. Now just a Democrat platform for all things negative towards republican leadership. It’s a sad organization now
— Gregg williams (@gw92008) December 28, 2018
And I thought the rule was for campaigning. I don't consider this as campaigning. CNN = #fakenews
— Judy Livingston (@judydoestweets) December 28, 2018
Getting an autograph is not a political activity.
— Humphry Ploughjogger (@nvyatc) December 28, 2018
Ya think? When they don’t have anything bad to say, they make it up. Doesn’t matter, nobody watches anyway.
— A OB (@Acertaingirl) December 28, 2018
Seriously – you’re just noticing this now?
— FrankiETPT (@FrankieP1212) December 28, 2018
Hey, at least more and more people are figuring it out, right?
It’s called #TrumpDerangementSyndrome
— Prosperity (@LibertarianNYC) December 28, 2018
Sad but true.