Nov 16, 2017
The cable news network that disputes claims it is “fake news” devoted a whole TWO MINUTES to a story comparing a British dog’s ear to President Trump’s face.
Jeanne Moos actually interviewed the woman who posted a photo of her dog’s inner ear on Facebook.
The “reporter” walked to British woman Jade Robinson in an interview via Skype.
“Is it an inflammation? Is it an infection? What is it that looks like Donald Trump?” Moos asked.
An infection caused the inner ear to become “inflamed and red,” according to Robinson.
Moos reported the dog’s ears are improving with treatment.
“So when the infection’s gone, will the beagle’s ear be clear of Donald Trump?” Moos wondered.
“Possibly,” Robinson responded.
In May, CNN analyzed Trump’s ice cream consumption.
Anchor Brooke Baldwin brought up how the president reportedly receives “two scoops of ice cream when everyone else gets one.”
Meanwhile on CNN… Trump & ice cream pic.twitter.com/nFFjMPBPJm
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) May 11, 2017
“This little nugget came out of this Time magazine piece apparently the president gets two scoops, you know, everyone else around the table gets one,” Baldwin said.
“PRESIDENT GETS 2 SCOOPS OF ICE CREAM, EVERYONE ELSE GETS ONE,” the graphic read on the screen.
The Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza responded, “The broader point they were trying to make in the article is the White House staff has adapted to Donald Trump’s tastes.
“So when everyone else gets water, he gets a Diet Coke. When everybody gets one scoop of ice cream, he gets two,” Cillizza said.
The reporter said his two children would “gladly be president” if they could get the same deal.
During a February press conference, Trump announced that he was changing his nickname for CNN.
Trump told CNN reporter Jim Acosta, “I’m changing it from fake news.”
As Acosta asked a question, Trump continued, “Very fake news,” as the room — including Acosta — burst out into laughter.
Trump went on to tell the media that “the public doesn’t believe you people anymore.”
This article was posted: Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 8:34 am