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CNN discusses helping Biden by limiting coverage of Trump post-election comments

Project Veritas apparently got phoned into private high-level CNN meetings that included network president Jeff Zucker. In this one, ostensibly neutral CNN correspondent Jamie Gangel suggests NOT covering the president of the United States too much, lest it harm the Biden transition.

Maybe she should be on the Biden transition instead of working to a news organization.

She indicates Republicans and Democrats worried about Trump not conceding the election are emphasizing that, “We have to be, you know, news organizations have to be very careful and very responsible about not giving Trump too much of a platform to not not-truth seeking.” She adds that people “just don’t want us to exaggerate that Trump isn’t leaving office.”

When has Trump said he is not leaving office? The only ones who threaten this are the liberal media.

CNN President Jeff Zucker chimes in, “Yup, agreed.”

4 thoughts on “CNN discusses helping Biden by limiting coverage of Trump post-election comments”

  1. There’s going to be a lot of conversations in all the MSM now as they ponder a world without Donald Trump to talk about.
    Who cares what Biden said, who cares where he goes or who he talks to?

  2. Jamie Gangel is married to Daniel Silva. I have read and enjoyed all of his novel until the last one. Evidently his liberal wife has moved him to the left. Sad!

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