BAM! Kellyanne Conway Calls Out CNN’s Bias To Erin Burnett’s FACE! WATCH!

During the 1990s, CNN earned itself the nickname the “Clinton News Network.” As Hillary Clinton entered the Presidential race, the network quickly re-earned that name.

They’ve done everything in their power to protest Hillary Clinton, with their anchors admitting as much. As far back as 2014, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo said during a segment that the media had been pumping up her campaign and giving her a “free ride” so far. “We couldn’t help her any more than we have. She’s got just a free ride so far from the media! We’re the biggest ones promoting her campaign, so it better happen” he stated.

There are also countless cases of CNN cutting off guests who dared question Madam Hillary, and the network having “technical” problems when such an unwelcome opinion is voiced.

When polls show that trust for the media is in the single digits, it’s hard to know who to trust. I think we’d all like to give the partisans on our TV a piece of our mind – which is what Donald Trump does all the time. Trump himself isn’t the only member of his campaign who doesn’t let the media off the hook. Watch a recent exchange with CNN’s Erin Burnett and Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, courtesy of American Lookout:

Hostile CNN host Erin Burnett attacked Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway on her show tonight. She asked about Trump not having a “formal” press conference since July. Even though Trump takes questions from the media all the time. Everyday. At every rally. Sometimes, three times a day.

Then, the interview took a turn that Erin Burnett didn’t see coming.


Burnett asks ” Is he going to take questions?” to which Conway replies “Sure, he’ll take questions . . . Mr. Trump is out there. We have the press pool with us everyday . . . The press is right there to cover everything, and you know what? They rarely do . . . We don’t get fair questions. Just last night, CNN added in the word ‘racial’ that he never mentioned with ‘profiling.’ Your network added in ‘racial’ to make it look like he had said ‘racial profiling’ where he never had. So . . . ”

She then tried to back her way out of that.

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