CNN bigwig calls for hounding 'delusional' Senate Republicans at work, home
Added 10-19-19 03:22:01pm EST - “CNN's political director urged the news team to get "in their faces" of all Republican senators on a daily basis, both at work and at home, on President Trump's Ukraine phone call, according to undercover audio.” - Washingtontimes.com
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CNN’s political director urged the news team to get “in their faces” of all Republican senators on a daily basis, both at work and at home, on President Trump’s Ukraine phone call, according to undercover audio.
Project Veritas posted an audio snippet last week as part of its #ExposeCNN investigation on the network’s morning “rundown call” featuring CNN Worldwide CEO Jeffrey Zucker and political director David Chalian discussing how to “brand” Republicans.
“I think we have to be in their faces of all 53 Republican senators on as much of a daily basis as possible, whether they’re at home or on the hill, asking each one of them, is it okay for the President of the United States to apply pressure to a foreign country in hopes of getting a domestic political opponent investigated?” said Mr. Chalian on the audio.
He referred to Mr. Trump’s phone call asking the Ukrainian president to investigate former Vice President Joseph R. Biden’s son Hunter Biden, who received a high-paying position on a Ukrainian energy company’s board while his father oversaw the Obama administration’s Ukraine policy.
The hidden-camera investigation showed Mr. Zucker pushing the network to be “fully committed” to the House Democrats’ impeachment push, which has received extensive coverage from virtually all national media outlets.
BREAKING: Secretly recorded 9am editorial call reveals @CNN President Jeff Zucker and Political Director David Chalian discussing a strategy of getting in the faces of Republican Senators and harassing them for comments on a daily basis, be it at home or on the Hill.#ExposeCNN pic.twitter.com/RR72wZXmRV— James O’Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) October 17, 2019
Trump prepares to sue CNN for bias, seek ‘maximum’ damages https://t.co/AvX3QmKM2C— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) October 18, 2019
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