It’s Super Tuesday, folks. Which means it’s time to call in the experts for their sharp analysis.
Unfortunately, it seems this was the best CNN could do:
CNN has Clay Aiken on to comment about #SuperTuesday because no one with any political acumen would agree to be on.
— Nick Rees (@fakenickrees) March 1, 2016
It really happened.
CLAY AIKEN IS ON CNN ANALYZING SUPER TUESDAY.
— Krister Johnson (@KristerJohnson) March 1, 2016
Clay Aiken currently providing Super Tuesday analysis on CNN.
— Harry Enten (@ForecasterEnten) March 1, 2016
Clay Aiken is on CNN right now, ID'ed as a former congressional candidate (which he is). So there's that.
— Richard Gootee (@ECP_Gootee) March 1, 2016
— Robbie Gramer (@RobbieGramer) March 1, 2016
Wish I could say Clay Aiken breaking down Donald Trump as a CNN commentator was a low point in news but it's actually not close.
— David Rutz (@DavidRutz) March 1, 2016
— de la blah blah (@DeLaBlahBlah) March 1, 2016
This … is CNN.
— Todd (@ToddFlorida) March 1, 2016
Turned on CNN to get my Super Tuesday on. Clay Aiken is the guest. There goes that.
— Brian Duffield (@BrianDuffield) March 1, 2016
1) Turned on CNN.
2) Saw that CNN is interviewing Clay Aiken(?!) about his thoughts on Super Tuesday. ??
3) Turned off CNN.
— Miranda Hale (@mirandachale) March 1, 2016
Tried watching CNN. Pulled up stream. American Idol's CLAY AIKEN is on. Says: "Hillary certainly probably should win today." /Closes stream
— Justin Young (@JustinDYoung) March 1, 2016
Clay Aiken, who lost by 20 points in his only political campaign, is being used by @CNN right now as a political expert. Sean Eldridge next?
— Brent Scher (@BrentScher) March 1, 2016
Of literally all the people I want expert political analysis from, Clay Aiken on CNN just isn't doing it for me.
— Rich Madrid (@rjmadrid) March 1, 2016
On the other hand:
Who better than Clay Aiken to discuss a reality television star running for elected office? https://t.co/2TmEGVZu9G
— Ben Jacobs (@Bencjacobs) March 1, 2016