As Twitchy told you, CNN’s Jim Acosta likened Donald Trump’s post-acquittal victory speech to “how he sounded at Trump Tower after Charlottesville.” Fellow CNN White House correspondent John Harwood had a much more reasonable take.
Just kidding! His take is ridiculous, too:
CNN's @JohnJHarwood on Trump's post-acquittal press conference: "It was dark because he's made clear that his mind is dark. This is somebody in deep psychological distress right now. Self-pitying, insecure, angry." pic.twitter.com/ilLjceChBr
— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) February 6, 2020
Real News, Mr. President. And don’t you forget it!
CNN is gonna just keep digging up…. https://t.co/OOEiqJfs0J
— EducatëdHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) February 6, 2020
And this is CNN's new guy?
— Deborah? (@DAKO708) February 6, 2020
that’s some good white house corresponding right there, that is. https://t.co/pYeZY7EyVM
— ?'? ? ??????? ???? (@BecketAdams) February 6, 2020
He’s fitting in quite nicely over there. #FakeNewsCNN
— Jim Regan??#️⃣8/8 (@Jbones72) February 6, 2020
That isn’t even remotely true. This is why you get called fake news.
— Mike Tapas (@MikeTapas) February 6, 2020
Still utterly baffled by CNN's decision to have @JohnJHarwood in a straight-news role.
He exclusively provides commentary. And it's a real integrity challenge to present him as anything but an opinion commentator. https://t.co/v7FJwm0fwF
— Matt Whitlock (@mattdizwhitlock) February 6, 2020
Some advice to CNN:
If you don't want Senators to call your reporters liberal hacks, you could start by not hiring a liberal hack to be your White House correspondent https://t.co/Xi5Mp6ljJW
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) February 6, 2020
Hey now. Don’t talk crazy.
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