A CNN reporter goes to Trump’s rally and randomly attempted to ask one of Trump’s supporters a question which he regretted later on.
But why does CNN would go to a Trump rally?
CNN desperately needs the ratings, but they’re only asking for trouble because they know nobody like them.
This happened at President Trump’s rally in Ohio on Saturday.
Here’s an excerpt from USA Today report about Donald Trump’s rally:
Former President Donald Trump returned to campaign mode with a vengeance Saturday night, vowing at a rally in Ohio that Republicans would take back Congress, bemoaning his loss in last November’s election and retaliating against a GOP congressman who voted to impeach him.
Calling the event “the very first rally of the 2022 election,” Trump predicted next year’s elections would result in “giant Republican majorities” in both chambers of Congress.
“We’re going to take back the House, and we’re going to take back the Senate,” he promised the crowd at the Lorain County Fairgrounds in Wellington, about a half-hour southwest of Cleveland.
“We have no choice,” he added.
The event marked Trump’s return to the kind of mass rallies that fueled his White House campaigns. Since he left office in January, Trump’s public appearances have been limited to a handful of speeches before conservative and Republican groups.
The said CNN reporter walked up to a man in a MAGA hat and asked him his name and from there it went off the rails.
It’s the friends we meet along the way… pic.twitter.com/jCbziIeX6k
— Donie O’Sullivan (@donie) June 27, 2021
This is what CNN always got just like when Mo Brooks refused to answer Jim Acosta’s question and repeatedly bashed Acosta’s network as untrustworthy by saying “I do not do interviews with CNN because I do not trust CNN to be honorable or truthful.”