CNN anchors are scrambling to debunk news about the Obama administration’s national security adviser, Susan Rice, having ordered the “unmasking” of National Security Agency (NSA) intercepts of Trump associates.
“CNN Tonight” host Don Lemon even went on the air to inform viewers that Trump is trying to “make a lie true.”
As proof continues to mount, CNN anchors are claiming there is “no evidence whatsoever” backing up Trump’s claim of having been surveilled by the prior White House administration.
Lemon boldly announced on Monday night that the news about Rice is actually a “fake scandal ginned up by right-wing media and Trump” and that he would not cover it.
He claimed that Trump’s wiretapping claim was a lie, and said the White House was “using the President’s Twitter account, the White House press briefing podium, and right wing media” to promote the story.
Lemon further alleged that the story about Susan Rice, as well as Evelyn Farkas having admitted spying on the Trump team, was all false.
“On this program tonight, we will not insult your intelligence by pretending it’s legitimate,” said Lemon. “Nor will we aid and abet the people trying to misinform you, the American people, by creating a diversion … not going to do it.”
— Peter Feaman (@PeterFeaman) April 4, 2017
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