Trump Campaign SLAMS CNN! (Video)

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( – The Trump campaign slammed leftwing media outlet CNN after the network abruptly ended an interview with Trump campaign national press secretary Karoline Leavitt.

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CNN’s Kasie Hunt, formerly of MSNBC, cut off the interview when Leavitt pointed out CNN anchor Jake Tapper’s history of criticizing former President Donald Trump, who will co-host Thursday’s first presidential debate.

“CNN cutting off my microphone for bringing up a debate moderator’s history of anti-Trump lies just proves our point that President Trump will not be treated fairly in Thursday’s debate,” Leavitt said in a statement.

“Yet President Trump is still willing to go into this 3-1 fight to bring his winning message to the American people, and he will win,” she added.

After the interview, Hunt defended her decision, stating on X that she ended it because Leavitt did not show respect to Tapper.

Moreover, Hunt claimed Tapper perpetuated the Russia collusion theory and refused to cover Trump live over concerns of “potentially dangerous” content.

“You come on my show, you respect my colleagues. Period,” Hunt asserted. “I don’t care what side of the aisle you stand on, as my track record clearly shows.”

In addition, Tapper slammed Trump as he called him a “nightmare” ending for many Americans, accused him of lying to the public about COVID-19 testing, retweeted a post labeling Trump as “100% insane,” and described Trump’s presidency as a “disaster.”

The upcoming debate between Biden and Trump, their first rematch since Biden took office, is anticipated to draw significant viewership.

Biden’s administration has faced criticism for increased prices across various sectors and the entry of over 1.7 million undocumented migrants evading Border Patrol, as reported by Congress.

According to a Reuters focus group, while debate rules are perceived to favor Biden, viewers will focus on whether Biden effectively addresses issues such as rising costs and ongoing migration.

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