Left-wing HACK and former CIA official Phil Mudd threatens TRUMP on CNN: ‘We’re going to win!’

(National SentinelDeep State: Former CIA counterterrorism official Phil Mudd, now a contributor to CNN, told the network’s Wolf Blitzer Saturday that President Donald J. Trump’s decision to release the FISA memo was a mistake that is likely to cost him.

But cost him in what way, Mudd was less clear — except to essentially hurl yet another threat at the president.

“The workforce is going to look and this and say, this is an attack on our ability to conduct an investigation with integrity… The FBI people, I’m going to tell you, ‘are ticked’ and they’re going to be saying, I guarantee you, “You think you can push this off this?”… You better think again, Mr. President,” he said.

“You’ve been around for 13 months. We’ve been around since 1908. I know how this game is going to be played. We’re going to win!” Mudd declared.

Infowars editor-at-large Paul Joseph Watson took Mudd to task on Twitter.

“This is the same idiot who last year said of Trump on CNN ‘the government’s gonna kill this guy,'” he tweeted.

As for dates, the FBI was founded on July 26, 1908, but the CIA — the organization Mudd belonged to — was founded after World War II, in September 1947.

As for the FISA memo, it documents serial abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court by Obama administration appointees to illicitly obtain a surveillance warrant so they could spy on Trump’s campaign.

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Here’s PROOF that CNN’s constant TRUMP hate has NO impact on the American people

(National SentinelIrrelevant: For a year, CNN has been laser-focused on the alleged “collusion” scandal between the campaign of President Donald J. Trump and the Russian government.

The network has covered the issue from every angle imaginable, at times publishing or broadcasting information that turned out to be totally false.

On Sunday one of the network’s reported admitted, however, that CNN‘s continued coverage of a ‘scandal’ for which no evidence has yet to substantiate is having little impact with the American people.

“I’m so interested to see how the Russia investigation affects things, because so far, out in these districts when you talk to people about Russia, and that’s all we talk about at CNN basically, they say they don’t care,” Maeve Reston, a national politics reporter for the network, said on “Inside Politics.”

“It doesn’t have any effect on their lives,” he continued.

Reston’s network, along with MSNBC, have both focused heavily on the collusion scandal. But in recent weeks, there has been an emerging body of evidence that the collusion narrative was a hoax created by the Obama administration to help Hillary Clinton and defeat, or undermine, Trump.

Reston also noted on Sunday that in her interviews with voters, she is witnessing a growing confidence in the economy during Trump’s first year in office.

“You are starting to see that uneasiness about the economy sort of dissipate,” she said, as reported by The Daily Caller.

“Remember, even in 2016 when we went out to these swing states and talked to voters, there was still this fear that things were suddenly going to turn down again,” she continued. “You don’t feel that as much anymore.”

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Trump announces FAKE NEWS Awards and breaks the Internet: Guess who won THE MOST?

(National SentinelAnd the winners are…: President Donald J. Trump continued his battle against politically biased reporting about him and his administration Wednesday by announcing the first-ever “Fake News Awards.”

Shortly after the White House published the list at GOP.com, the site became overwhelmed with traffic and essentially crashed, as the below screen grab indicated:

Perhaps not surprisingly, CNN won the most awards for a series of stories about the administration that were badly misreported or completely false.

Here is the list, from worse offender on down (an honor that went to The New York Times‘ Paul Krugman):

1. The New York Times’ Paul Krugman claimed on the day of President Trump’s historic, landslide victory that the economy would never recover.

2. ABC News’ Brian Ross CHOKES and sends markets in a downward spiral with false report.

3. CNN FALSELY reported that candidate Donald Trump and his son Donald J. Trump, Jr. had access to hacked documents from WikiLeaks.

4. TIME FALSELY reported that President Trump removed a bust of Martin Luther King, Jr. from the Oval Office.

5. Washington Post FALSELY reported the President’s massive sold-out rally in Pensacola, Florida was empty. Dishonest reporter showed picture of empty arena HOURS before crowd started pouring in.

6. CNN FALSELY edited a video to make it appear President Trump defiantly overfed fish during a visit with the Japanese prime minister. Japanese prime minister actually led the way with the feeding.

7. CNN FALSELY reported about Anthony Scaramucci’s meeting with a Russian, but retracted it due to a “significant breakdown in process.”

8. Newsweek FALSELY reported that Polish First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda did not shake President Trump’s hand.

9. CNN FALSELY reported that former FBI Director James Comey would dispute President Trump’s claim that he was told he is not under investigation.

10. The New York Times FALSELY claimed on the front page that the Trump administration had hidden a climate report.

As an added bonus:

11. And last, but not least: “RUSSIA COLLUSION!” Russian collusion is perhaps the greatest hoax perpetrated on the American people. THERE IS NO COLLUSION!

As noted by Breaking 911, there was much accomplished in Trump’s first year in office that has yet to be significantly reported:

1. The economy has created nearly 2 million jobs and gained over $8 trillion in wealth since the President’s inauguration.

2. African Americans and Hispanics are enjoying the lowest unemployment rate in recorded history.

3. The President signed historic tax cuts and relief for hardworking Americans not seen since President Reagan.

4. President Trump’s plan to cut regulations has exceeded “2 out for every 1 in” mandate, issuing 22 deregulatory actions for every one new regulatory action.

5. The President has unleashed an American energy boom by ending Obama-era regulations, approving the Keystone pipeline, auctioning off millions of new acres for energy exploration, and opening up ANWR.

6. ISIS is in retreat, having been crushed in Iraq and Syria.

7. President Trump followed through on his promise to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of the State of Israel and instructed the State Department to begin to relocate the Embassy.

8. With President Trump’s encouragement, more member nations are paying their fair share for the common defense in the NATO alliance.

9. Signed the Veterans Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act to allow senior officials in the VA to fire failing employees and establishes safeguards to protect whistleblowers.

10. President Trump kept his promise and appointed Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Trump to CNN’s whiny Acosta at White House: ‘OUT!’

(National SentinelFake News: President Donald J. Trump ejected problematic CNN reporter Jim Acosta from the White House on Tuesday after he persisted in asking about comments related to immigration discussions last week.

Trump was meeting with Kazakstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev in the Oval Office when Jim Acosta kept hounding him, “Did did you say that you wanted more people from Norway?”

At that, Trump said, “I want them to come in from everywhere, everywhere. Thank you very much.” … “OUT.”

Acosta took to Twitter to complain about the president’s actions and other alleged actions by White House staff to obstruct him from attempting to embarrass the president further in front of a foreign leader.

“What occurred reminded me of something I would see in a different country. Certainly not at the WH. Certainly not in the U.S.,” he tweeted.

“When I tried to follow up on this in the Oval Office, Trump told me to get ‘out.’ We then went to the Roosevelt Room where WH aides obstructed us from asking questions,” Acosta complained.


Though Acosta claimed that he’d never seen a president behave that way towards reporters, Trump supporters pointed out that President Obama used the Justice Department to investigate scores of reporters over alleged leaks.

The outsized effort drew a stern rebuke from journalist groups.

“In the 30 years since the [Justice] Department issued guidelines governing its subpoena practice as it relates to phone records from journalists, none of us can remember an instance where such an overreaching dragnet for news gathering materials was deployed by the department, particularly without notice to the affected reporters or an opportunity to seek judicial review,” the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, which represents more than 40 major news organizations, wrote in a letter to then-Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.

Bruce Brown, the committee’s executive director, and Gregg Leslie, its legal defense director, said the Obama administration was redefining the country’s long-standing constitutional commitment to freedom of the press.

The Freedom of the Press Foundation noted further that Obama used the Espionage Act to put a “record number” of reporters’ sources in jail.

“Between 1917 and 2009, only one person was convicted under the Espionage Act for leaking to a news organization,” the organization said in a three-part report.

“Since I’ve been in office, my attitude has been zero tolerance for these kinds of leaks and speculation,” Obama said in June 2012. “Now we have mechanisms in place where, if we can root out folks who have leaked, they will suffer consequences.

“In some cases, it’s criminal. These are criminal acts when they release information like this. And we will conduct thorough investigations, as we have in the past,” he added.

Noted The National Sentinel‘s editor-in-chief J. D. Heyes, “I guess Acosta has conveniently forgotten how Obama treated journalists.”

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Is House Intel ranking member Adam Schiff a LEAKER? Trump, Sanders CALL HIM OUT

(National SentinelClassified: President Donald J. Trump and White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders have both intimated that House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Adam Schiff, D-Calif., is responsible for a series of leaks of highly classified information discussed before the panel.

The president put Schiff in the limelight as a potential leaker during an interview with The Wall Street Journal that was published Thursday.

“All I see of these Democrats, like Adam Schiff — it’s all he does, he’ll have a meeting, and then he’ll leave, and he’ll call up the meeting, and then I’ll have a meeting and then he’ll leave. He left meetings where people are being interviewed, and then all of a sudden they say a story about what’s going on inside the meetings,” Trump said.

He added: “It’s probably illegal, what he’s doing.”

Thursday afternoon Sanders also took aim at Schiff.

“The only people that we’ve seen trying to influence the investigation are former Director Comey and Democrats in Congress — and that would include Senator Feinstein, Representative Schiff — who have both selectively leaked to the media witness interviews,” said Sanders.

“We see that to be a big problem and something that should certainly be considered and looked at,” she added.

Schiff, who is the Intelligence Committee’s top Democrat, has been accused in the past of potentially being a leaker.

Trump assistant Dan Scavino suggested as much in December.

Scavino, Trump’s assistant and director of White House social media, mentioned “Leaker Adam Schiff” in a tweet that went viral. Scavino’s tweet came in a response to a tweet sent by former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer.

“Just a reminder that CNN, CBS and MSNBC have yet to explain how numerous ‘independent’ sources all misread the date on an email in calls to each of those three outlets. No explanation. None,” Fleischer tweeted.

“Perhaps they are waiting to hear back from Leaker Schiff?” Scavino responded.

Schiff has not been officially identified as leaking sensitive information presented to the committee. However, leaks of information that has been discussed by or presented to the committee have been constant throughout its investigation into Russian election interference and alleged collusion with the Trump campaign.

Schiff denied to CNN‘s Jake Tapper that he was leaking information.

“All the press that have dealt with me in this investigation know, often to their frustration, that I don’t discuss the contents of our investigative interviews. The only exception I make is when people refuse to answer questions because I don’t allow them to leave the room and say we cooperated fully,” said Schiff.

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FIREWORKS! Prez advisor Stephen Miller SCHOOLS CNN’s Jake Tapper in fiery interview (Video)

(National SentinelThis is CNN: Top presidential advisor Stephen Miller went toe-to-toe with CNN host Jake Tapper on Saturday during a discussion about President Donald J. Trump’s mental fitness and a new book about his White House that has left many critics questioning its veracity.

During the interview, Miller slammed the network’s coverage of the president, citing instances where CNN‘s reporting about the White House and Russian “collusion” was false.

Miller also said the network was incapable of reaching the tens of millions of Americans who voted for the president based on his “America first” policies.

Tapper asked about Steve Bannon’s involvement in the Trump campaign and presidency.

Miller responded, “I think that what the point is that his role has been greatly exaggerated, whereas the president hasn’t gotten the due that he deserves for the movement he put together to tap into the kinds of people whose life concerns don’t get a lot of attention on CNN.

“Not a lot of hours of coverage on this TV talking about the working class construction workers who have lost their jobs to foreign labor,” he continued.

“There is not a lot of coverage on this TV about the people getting slaughtered in sanctuary cities. You don’t do a lot of human interest stories about immigrant communities under siege from MS-13,” Miller noted.

“He tapped into a reality that is happening in this country that is not covered on this network. And I know you think I’m interrupting you, but I think the American people deserve to have two or three minutes of the truth.”

Next Tapper also asked about Trump’s tweets declaring that he is a “very stable genius,” in response to Democrat and media attacks on his mental fitness.

Tapper asked, “Do you think tweets like that help or hurt the cause that the president is stable and up for the job?”

“Not only do I think they help it, but I think in the toxic environment you’ve created here in CNN and cable news, which is a crisis of legitimacy for your network, and we saw it, of course, with the extremely fake news that you reported about the Don Jr. and Wikileaks story,” Miller responded.

“That was a huge embarrassment for your network. Just like the huge embarrassment you had when you got the Comey testimony wrong.”

Later, a clearly upset Tapper accused Miller of “not answering the questions.”

“You have 24 hours a day of anti-Trump material and you’re not going to give three minutes for the American people…”

At that, Tapper cut off Miller, saying, “I get it. There’s one viewer you care about right now and you’re being obsequious and you’re being a factotum in order to please him, okay? I think I wasted enough of my viewers’ time.”

Here is the segment:

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CNN’s Brooke Baldwin tells Don Lemon her ‘BALLS’ are ‘BIGGER’ in live broadcast (Video)

(National SentinelShe Says: On Sunday during CNN‘s live coverage of New Year’s Eve from New Orleans, host Brooke Baldwin told co-host Don Lemon that her “balls” were bigger than his.

“By the way,” Baldwin said to a drunk Lemon who was tossing beads in New Orleans, “my balls are bigger than your balls.”

“Probably,” Lemon responded.

The exchange caught the eye of “Outkick the Coverage” web site founder Clay Travis.

In September during an appearance live on CNN with Baldwin, he said that the First Amendment and boobs had never let him down in life, causing anchor Brooke Baldwin to cut the interview short.

“That was… I just… it was one of those thought bubbles ‘did he actually say that on MY SHOW?!’ Note to men — that is never okay. ,” she tweeted after the segment.

Following the exchange between Baldwin and Lemon, Travis demanded an apology on behalf of all men from Baldwin for talking about male genitalia on live television.


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CNN’s ‘media’ guy Brian Stelter is ANGRY at Fox News for reporting…the TRUTH

(National SentinelHead-Scratcher: The media correspondent for CNN, Brian Stelter, is calling out Fox News‘ “Fox & Friends” morning show because the hosts reported an accurate polling statistic comparing Presidents Donald J. Trump and Barack Obama.


On Thursday The National Sentinel reported that Trump’s approval rating had popped to 46 percent, while his disapproval had fallen to 53 percent.

“Fox & Friends” shared this fact on air Friday morning, leading the president to tweet out his satisfaction about the polls.


But according to Stelter, it was a “disservice” to viewers of Fox & Friends for the show to share that information.

“This is a prime example of how ‘Fox & Friends’ does a disservice to viewers,” Stelter tweeted.

However, according to a Dec. 28, 2009 poll by Rasmussen Reports, the same firm that released Trump’s latest approval ratings, had Obama at 47 percent favorable; just a day later, on Dec. 29, Obama’s rating fell to 46 percent favorable and 53 percent unfavorable, the same as Trump’s.

“So Brian Stelter is apparently angry that Fox News reported poll numbers that are factually accurate because they happen to be favorable to the president. Very unbiased,” The Daily Caller observed.

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CNN ‘legal’ correspondent tells viewers a huge LIE about Republicans and the ‘Trump dossier’

(National Sentinel) Fake News: On Tuesday CNN legal analyst Evan Perez gave viewers a widely-debunked view of the infamous “dossier” alleging “collusion” between President Donald J. Trump’s campaign and the Russian government.

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During one segment on Tuesday, Perez falsely claimed that anti-Trump Republicans at first funded the dossier, much of which remains unsubstantiated and which has essentially been repudiated by author and former British spy Christopher Steele.

The legal analyst was responding to a tweet from Trump earlier in which he called the dossier a “pile of garbage.” Perez has close ties to the cofounders of Fusion GPS, the firm behind the dossier, which CNN failed to disclose, The Daily Caller reported.

“Look, the fact is that the dossier was compiled as part of opposition research, first paid for by Republicans who were opposed to Donald Trump and then later on by Democrats and the Clinton camp, people associated with the Clinton campaign who wanted to try to bring him down,” Perez said.

The “fact” cited by Perez — that anti-Trump Republicans originally funded the dossier — has been ruled “false” by fact-checkers.

GOP donor Paul Singer initially hired Fusion GPS through the Washington Free Beacon to conduct opposition research on Trump and other candidates during the 2016 Republican primaries. However, that research was not related to the dossier.

Nevertheless, CNN has repeatedly misinformed its viewers with the claim that the dossier was initially a GOP effort.

Perez’s error on Tuesday is at least the third time that the network has falselytold its audience that Republicans originally funded the dossier, The Daily Caller noted.

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EXPOSED? Trump assistant Dan Scavino calls out ‘Leaker Adam Schiff’

(National SentinelLeaks and Leaks: President Donald J. Trump’s assistant Dan Scavino appeared to call out Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, as being one of the people responsible for leaking sensitive information to the media.

During Donald J. Trump Jr.’s marathon eight-hour closed-door testimony before the committee earlier this month, Schiff was seen by observers leaving the hearing room several times. Shortly thereafter, CNN began publishing snippets of information from the hearing itself.

Scavino, Trump’s assistant and director of White House social media, mentioned “Leaker Adam Schiff” in a Tuesday evening tweet that went viral. Scavino’s tweet came in a response to a tweet sent by former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer.

“Just a reminder that CNN, CBS and MSNBC have yet to explain how numerous ‘independent’ sources all misread the date on an email in calls to each of those three outlets. No explanation. None,” Fleischer tweeted.

The former Bush administration official was referencing a botched story involving an email sent by a representative of Wikileaks to Don. Jr. last fall with an encryption key to unlock a trove of emails from the Democratic National Committee.

The networks’ “sources” got the dates wrong, as the the encryption key had already been available to the public for days by the time Don Jr. was sent the email.

Following Fleischer’s tweet, Scavino pointed to Schiff.

“Perhaps they are waiting to hear back from Leaker Schiff?” he tweeted.

Fox News‘ Ed Henry was the first to report that Schiff was seen leaving the hearing room on several occasions, and that shortly afterward stories began appearing at CNN while Don Jr. was still providing testimony.

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LOL: CNN’s Jim Acosta jousts with Huckabee Sanders in trying to justify and defend FAKE news

(National SentinelNews Fakes: CNN‘s White House correspondent Jim Acosta exchanged words with administration spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday in an attempt to justify a series of incorrect and outright false media reports of late, including some by his network.

Acosta tried to argue that reporters make “honest mistakes and that doesn’t make them fake news” while Sanders countered that reporters “purposefully” mislead people “regularly.”

“I would say, Sarah, that journalists make honest mistakes and that doesn’t make them fake news,” Acosta, a regular critic of the Trump administration, said.

Acosta then attempted to pivot to another question, but Sanders interjected instead.

“But when journalists make honest mistakes, they should own up to them. Sometimes, and a lot of times, you don’t. But there’s a difference…between making honest mistakes and purposefully misleading the American people, something that happens regularly,” said the press secretary.

Sanders then added that it’s not an “honest mistake” when reporters put out information they know to be false or “hasn’t been validated. That hasn’t been offered with any credibility and that has been continually denied by a number of people, including people with direct knowledge of an instance.”

Other critics of the legacy media in the age of President Donald J. Trump note that some of the same outlets who have regularly been wrong about the current administration never put out incorrect or “fake” news that harmed the Obama administration or put President Obama in a bad light.

Acosta then asked Sanders to “cite a specific story that you say is intentionally false, that was intentionally put out there to mislead the American people?”

“Sure. The ABC report by Brian Ross,” she said, referencing his report earlier this month claiming that as a candidate, Trump asked advisor Michael Flynn to make contact with Russian officials. It turned out that Trump was already president-elect when he asked Flynn to make contact with Russian officials, which is normal for an incoming administration.

The story was meant to substantiate the long-running media narrative of “Trump-Russia collusion.” Ross was suspended for a month.

“I think that was pretty misleading to the American people, and I think that it’s very telling that that individual had to be suspended because of that reporting. I think that shows that the network took it seriously and recognized that it was a problem,” Sanders said.

Acosta then attempted to ask his original question but Sanders moved on.

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Don Jr. says CNN didn’t bother to contact him for comment before publishing latest BOTCHED report on ‘Russian collusion’

(National SentinelMedia Fail: Donald Trump Jr. said Monday that CNN reporters didn’t even bother to contact him last week before the network published an erroneous “bombshell” report which attempted to link his father’s presidential campaign to the ongoing “Russian collusion” narrative.


CNN reported that Trump Jr. was approached by someone claiming to represent Wikileaks and offered a trove of hacked and stolen emails and documents from the Democratic National Committee and the campaign of Hillary Clinton.

The network reported that the president’s son was emailed the offer on Sept. 4, 2016. In reality, according to the email, which was obtained by The Daily Caller, the message was actually sent Sept. 14, not Sept. 4.

Wikileaks published the entire trove online on Sept. 13, meaning it was already publicly available by the time the representative emailed Trump Jr.

The email reads more like a notification that the trove of documents had indeed been published, as Trump Jr. was provided a URL where the documents could be found. CNN‘s initial report made it seem as though the Trump campaign was being offered exclusive access to secret, stolen documents.

It took the network several hours to correct the reporting error, meaning the original story spread all day long before the correction was made on-air late Friday.

Subsequent reporting suggested that the original information had been leaked to CNN by Democratic operatives on the House Intelligence Committee.

The botched reporting drew a negative response from the president’s son.

“If they were really trying to get to the truth you would think they would reach out to the other side before running with it. They all have my number… they couldn’t care less about the truth,” Trump Jr. tweeted.

He also responded to the original Daily Caller story, stating then as well that he was never called by CNN for comment, which is standard journalistic procedure.

“How about why was I (or my legal team) not contacted to comment or to offer an explanation? Was the chance to make the narrative they have claimed for 18 month so great that the truth was no longer relevant?” he tweeted.

“An organization as big as CNN should have contacted Donald Trump Jr. or his legal team for a comment as standard practice, especially with an exclusive bombshell story,” The Gateway Pundit added.

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This is CNN: As terror attack unfolds in NYC, network covers Trump’s Diet Coke and TV consumption

(National SentinelMedia Fail: An ISIS-inspired terrorist attempted to kill scores of New Yorkers during rush hour in Midtown Manhattan this morning, but embattled cable news outlet CNN took time to cover President Donald J. Trump’s Diet Coke fetish instead.

As reported by rival Fox News, viewers on social media and elsewhere mocked CNN‘s editorial decision to shift away from a major developing story and opt for coverage critical of the amount of soda the president enjoys.

A law enforcement official told reporters around 8:45 a.m. that a would-be bomber detonated a pipe bomb prematurely at the Port Authority bus terminal below Midtown.

That roughly coincided with the time that CNN was in the middle of a segment that featured the chyron, “NYT Report: Trump drinks a dozen diet cokes per day,” while a large graphic promoting Tuesday’s Election Night in Alabama took up a significant portion of the screen.

Viewers took notice very quickly.

Media crisis guru Yossi Gestetner tweeted, “More than an hour after the pipe-bomb story broke, CNN was busy with Trump’s diet Coke,” while another viewer asked, “Why are you talking about this!”


“Astonishing how quickly CNN pivoted from NYC explosion to ridiculous story Trump drinking a lot of Diet Coke,” Newsbusters Senior Editor Rich Noyes tweeted.

Fox News reported further that Media Research Center Vice President Dan Gainor used the network’s recent ad campaign in which it uses an apple as a prop in a bid to combat its “fake news” reputation.

“U.S. News was talking about the bombing at 7:54. Nearly an hour later, CNN is whining about Donald Trump drinks Diet Cokes and watches too much TV instead of reporting about terrorism in New York City,” Gainor said. “CNN might tell you what it’s giving you is an apple, but if it is, it’s rotten.”


The suspected bomber was identified as 27-year-old Akayed Ullah and police have called the incident an “attempted terrorist attack.”

Others mocked CNN‘s focus on Trump’s TV and Diet Coke habits on Twitter.

One user wrote, “CNN was talking about the bombshell reporting that @realDonaldTrump drinks 12 diet cokes and watches 4+ hours of TV news per day AFTER the news broke about the bombing in NYC. I kid you not!” while another joked, “We interrupt our story on the suicide bombing in NY subway to update the current tally on President Trump’s daily consumption of diet cokes! We now return you to our regular broadcasting!”

On Friday, CNN misreported a story regarding alleged Trump-Russia collusion that fell apart within hours after it was released.

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CNN turns its LATEST major ‘Trump-Russia collusion’ FAIL into an attack on the prez (Video)

(National SentinelShifting Blame: CNN‘s “Reliable Sources” program, which is hosted by Brian Stelter, portrays itself as one that provides “the story behind the story, how the media really works, and how the news really gets made.”

But the program that airs on Sunday mornings failed to live up to its own standard when it tackled its own network’s latest massive screwup regarding a story on Team Trump it was forced to correct on Friday.

After addressing the network’s mistake for a couple of moments, in which he offered up a short preview of the reporting for the story, he then quoted CNN‘s public relations department which downplayed the scandal, The Daily Caller reported.

Stelter then introduced Carl Bernstein, famed for his reporting on Watergate for the Washington Post in the early 1970s, and noted anti-Trump pundit David Frum, neither of whom talked about how CNN got its Friday story wrong. Rather, they chose to focus on the president, whom they described as a “serial liar.”

Stelter then trotted out Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein and anti-Trump pundit David Frum, both of whom avoided discussing how CNN got its story wrong. Instead, they focused on President Trump, calling him a “serial liar.”

But, as The National Sentinel‘s editor in chief, J. D. Heyes, noted on Saturday, the network botched its story on its own:

Under the graphic, “The Russia Investigation” (because the network is still treating the lie that Team Trump “colluded” with Moscow to “steal the election” from Hillary), CNN reported this ‘bombshell’: — “Email pointed Trump campaign to Wikileaks documents.”

In their report, CNN alleged that someone from Wikileaks reached out to Donald Trump Jr. in early September 2016 — Sept. 4, to be exact — and offered “a decryption key and website address for hacked Wikileaks documents, according to an email provided to congressional investigators.”

As it turns out, the person representing Wikileaks — one Mike Erickson — made the offer on September 14, not the 4th. That date is significant because a) CNN’s initial report made it sound as if the Trump campaign had gotten exclusive access to stolen emails; and b) Wikileaks released the very same trove of data on September 13, the day before Erickson sent his email to Don Jr.

CNN‘s reporter on the story, Manu Raju, said “multiple sources” provided information about the email. But after several hours of constant reporting, the story fell apart.

“The revelation of the actual date of the email showed that instead of a super secret preview of stolen documents, a random person reached out to Trumpworld to point to documents that had already been released,” The Daily Caller reported.

Thus far, the network has refused to discipline Raju or his co-writer, Jeremy Herb.

“Look, reporters, journalists make mistakes,” said Bernstein, a paid CNN analyst, and veteran of Watergate. “Our record as journalists in covering this Trump story and the Russian story is pretty good, especially compared to the record of Donald Trump and his serial lying.”


But in reality, the media-driven narrative that there was “collusion” between the Trump campaign and Russia has been insinuated often, as CNN did again last week, but never proven to be accurate.

Trump has regularly called out establishment media reporters when they have been wrong in their reporting on him and his administration. He did so again following Friday’s erroneous report.

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Report: House DEMS on Intel Committee fed CNN bogus Donald Trump Jr. story

(National SentinelSo Much Leaking: Rumors are floating around Capitol Hill in the wake of a CNN report on Friday attempting to link Donald Trump Jr. to alleged Russian collusion during last year’s election that the false information was leaked by Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee.

As The National Sentinel‘s editor, J. D. Heyes, noted in a political analysis of the story, the information that was leaked and subsequently published by CNN was incorrect. The network later changed its initial report to reflect a date change regarding the release of hacked email data from the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee by Wikileaks.

“So CNN misreported the date of the Wikileaks email that @DonaldJTrumpJr received, meaning that the entire point of the story — that the campaign might have gotten advance warning of the leaks — is wrong. Wow,” tweeted Washington Examiner reporter Sarah Westwood.

But, as reported by The Gateway Pundit, the erroneous information likely came from Intelligence Committee Democrats:

Jeffrey Blehar of Decision Desk HQ says sources have told him ‘Dems on the House Intelligence committee intentionally misled CNN to affect news cycle,’ in respect to the ‘massively botched,’ Donald Trump Jr. / WikiLeaks story. 

In his report, Heyes mentioned that leaking was still a problem not only for the Trump administration, but for the integrity of the ongoing collusion investigation. Also, he criticized CNN and other media that have been extremely critical of the president for failing to verify leaked information before they publish it:

Under the graphic, “The Russia Investigation” (because the network is still treating the lie that Team Trump “colluded” with Moscow to “steal the election” from Hillary), CNNreported this ‘bombshell’: — “Email pointed Trump campaign to Wikileak documents.”

You remember those, right? All those anti-Hillary, Democratic corruption emails that were steadily leaked by the whistleblower web site that supposedly were hacked by….Russia? [Except that they weren’t.]

In their report, CNN alleged that someone from Wikileaks reached out to Donald Trump Jr. in early September 2016 — Sept. 4, to be exact — and offered “a decryption key and website address for hacked WiliLeaks documents, according to an email provided to congressional investigators.”

Heyes goes on to note that the date of the email sent to Trump Jr. wasn’t Sept. 4, but Sept. 14, a date that is significant, given that on Sept. 13, Wikileaks published the trove of information allegedly offered to the Trump campaign.

“How CNN got its report so wrong is unclear,” The Daily Caller’s Chuck Ross wrote, noting that his media organization had access to the very same emails that Don J. was sent.

It isn’t clear whether Democratic members of the Intelligence Committee actually leaked what turned out to be incorrect information to CNN — information meant to feed into the Russian collusion narrative that has been pushed primarily by Democrats for more than a year.

But it is clear, say outside analysts, that a leak occurred, and it was designed to harm the Trump administration.

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