In case you missed it, White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham called CNN out for being geographically challenged:
— Stephanie Grisham (@PressSec) September 5, 2019
CNN’s communications team didn’t take too kindly to that:
Thanks, Stephanie. Yes, we made a mistake (which we fixed in less than 30 seconds). And now we are admitting it. You all should try it sometime.
— CNN Communications (@CNNPR) September 5, 2019
If that’s not Real News, Mr. President, we don’t know what is.
Nope no bias. https://t.co/pqIelXCJgN
— Ben McDonald (@Bmac0507) September 5, 2019
Some unbiased news coverage here
— skeletor (@skeleto06292483) September 5, 2019
Keep this up, CNN.
Why that last line? Seriously? Wow.
— Matt Jeffreys (@JMWBrenner) September 5, 2019
Kind if a douchbag response
— Pblanche319 (@pblanche319) September 5, 2019
Wow, that was unprofessional.
— Samantha Sullivan (@SamElizabethan) September 5, 2019
News organization? Unprofessional https://t.co/N7mFSRy8F1
— The Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) September 5, 2019
That was the most unprofessional response I’m not surprised in today’s climate of reactive behavior but shame on you representing a network I liked…
— Tessie Sugg (@SuggTessie) September 5, 2019
CNN can admit a mistake? Then why is Brian Stelter still on the air all the time?
Also note that this is a news network using their communications department to criticize a president — all while pretending they don't report with bias. https://t.co/CD3rK7PmiP
— (((Jason Rantz))) on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) September 5, 2019
This is an unprofessional response that reflects poorly on your company and perpetuates impressions of bias at your company. @CNN
— Jeffrey Jaeger (@jjaeger3) September 5, 2019
No one has done more to reflect poorly on CNN than CNN themselves.
Reallllllly not a good look, but this is the brand at this point. https://t.co/SNzDDD3laz
— David Rutz (@DavidRutz) September 5, 2019