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CNN "melts down" over Trump's Coronavirus press briefing

Javier Manjarres
Javier Manjarres
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April 14, 2020

It is sad the certain media outlets like CNN have completely compromised their journalistic integrity by attacking a sitting U.S. president in allowing opinionated commentary from "respected" and "unbiased journalists." MSNBC and CNN are by far the biggest offenders, but it appears as if most, if not all, of the mainstream media has jumped on board.Ā 

Not all of the journalists covering The White House grandstand and argue with President Trump.

Just look at the headlines they used to describe the most recent White House Coronavirus press briefing.

What is even more troubling, (but expected) is a member of the U.S. Congress propagating these very same opinionated headlines.

Regardless of whether you like the president or not, the briefings keep Americans up to speed on what the administration is doing about the spread of the deadly virus. The same could be said about announcements by the likes of Rep. Ilhan Omar (D), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and others, whose very biased rantings and press releases serve a purpose, and are often times very informative even if many Americans disagree with their political ideology.

Here is a video from The Telegraph about the "meltdown." But just who melted down? Trump? Or the female reporter?

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Javier Manjarres

Javier Manjarres

Javier Manjarres is a nationally renowned award-winning political journalist and Publisher of Floridianpress.com, Hispolitica.com, shark-tank.com, and Texaspolitics.com He enjoys traveling, playing soccer, mixed martial arts, weight-lifting, swimming, and biking. Javier is also a political consultant and has also authored "BROWN PEOPLE," which is a book about Hispanic Politics. Follow on Twitter: @JavManjarres Email him at Diversenewmedia@gmail.com

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