The reviews are in for Donald Trump's CNN town hall.
It was a "Trump infomercial."
Surprisingly, that review didn't come from a happy conservative. Instead, it's the common opinion of many of America's angry liberals.
"CNN should be ashamed of themselves," said socialist Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York.
"They have lost total control of this ‘town hall’ to again be manipulated into platforming election disinformation, defenses of Jan 6th, and a public attack on a sexual abuse victim. The audience is cheering him on and laughing at the host."
Meghan McCain came right out and called the town hall "a Trump infomercial."
Sarah Reese Jones was furious that CNN didn't immediately address the E. Jean Carroll civil trial verdict. If she had any common sense, she would have known that Donald Trump's team was already appealing the decision. Critical thinking isn't their strength, however.
"CNN’s Kaitlin Collins is being steamrolled by Trump, who has pushed 2020 election lies, promised to pardon the 1/6 insurrectionists, and smeared E. Jean Carroll," Jones babbled.
CNN doesn't start with E. Jean Carroll, but instead allows Trump to lie about the 2020 election being rigged, "Most people understand what happened. That was a rigged election, and it's a shame we had to go through it." pic.twitter.com/vSjXkCFqHg
— Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) May 11, 2023
Yahoo News senior correspondent Michael Weiss said that "this is really not going how CNN must have thought or hoped it would go. Trump is steamrolling, getting laughs for his crassest comments, and seems far more self-assured and confident than someone this deep in the soup should be."
America loves Trump. CNN knew it would help their woeful ratings. Can you blame them?
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