This is one article that probably killed CNN to publish. During the campaign, CNN and other fake news outlets tried to convince Republican voters that either President Trump would not or could not keep his campaign promises that proved to be so effective against Hillary Clinton. CNN highlighted the president’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. He is not the first president to declare Jerusalem should be the capital and that the United States should recognize it as such. Indeed, the last three presidents, Obama, Bush and Clinton all gave it lip service but none of them had the cojones to actually do it.
A politician who actually does what he told voters he would do seems almost unfathomable in Washington, a town of broken promises. For Donald Trump, being a president who delivers is especially crucial, since it’s one of the golden keys to his so far unbreakable bond with supporters.
The article did contain a few digs at the president such as the statement that Trump is under increasing pressure over the Russia collusion probe. That’s just more fake news from CNN who had to correct two major stories this past week. The first was when they claimed the Trump campaign received the Wikileaks emails over a week before they were published. CNN posted that story before seeing the actual email. CNN reported that the email was from September 4th but the email was actually sent on September 14th and that was after they were made public.
The second story was on Jeff Sessions not reporting meeting with the Russian ambassador. Sessions explained that the FBI told him he did not have to include any business conducted for his job as Senator. CNN brought in an “expert” who said the FBI would never do that and they called Sessions a liar. Well, this week an email surfaced and has been confirmed to be genuine from the FBI instructing Sessions not to include meeting as a US Senator.
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