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Lefties Melt Down Over Trump Calling on Daily Caller Reporter at Press Conference

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March 7, 2018

President Trump hosted Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven Tuesday at the White House and, like with most foreign dignitary appearances, the two held a joint press conference featuring two reporters from each of their countries. Right on cue, some liberals turned into snowflakes upon seeing Trump call on the Daily Caller’s Saagar Enjeti. 

And just as they’ve done in the past (here, here, here, and here), it didn’t matter what these non-establishment journalists asked the President or if the questions were solid. What mattered to them was that they’re from conservative or right-of-center outlets, which meant they’re Trump sycophants.

Before going to the petulant left, let’s look at what Enjeti actually asked the Löfven and Trump. First, he asked Trump if he “believe[s] that North Korea’s recent willingness to talk is sincere or is it an effort to buy time for the nuclear program and to what do you owe this recent openness to talk?”

North Korea is a big news story, so that’s a perfectly fine question. Enjeti then shifted to domestic news with well-documented White House turmoil: “Also, sir, you tweeted today that you would like to see some change in the people around you. Does that include your Attorney General Jeff Sessions or either of your cabinet secretaries?”

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