CNN Trashes Trump After He Goes To Capitol To Quietly Visit & Honor George H.W. Bush


President Trump and first lady Melania Trump visited the U.S. Capitol on Monday night to pay their respects to former President George H.W. Bush, who died last Friday at the age of 94.

Unbelievable! They continually seethe with hate. CNN is totally deranged. That is not normal, ethical behavior for the media.

If CNN were removed from all the airports, I wonder what their viewership would be?

Fox News:

A CNN panel blasted President Donald Trump on Monday immediately following his visit to the U.S. Capitol where he paid his respects to former President George H.W. Bush.

Before President Trump and first lady Melania Trump appeared in the rotunda, CNN special correspondent Jamie Gangel began by insisting that the celebration of Bush’s life “sends a message” to Trump that “this is how it’s done.”

“Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, two Democrats- they called Bush 41 a gentleman, total class. This is the embodiment of just how different it can be,” Gangel told CNN anchor Anderson Cooper. “And that’s a message to Trump.”

Gangel criticized the current president moments after he stepped out of the rotunda, saying he doesn’t “mend fences” in the wake of the open hostility that took place between Trump and the Bush family. More

Twitter chimes in:

CNN trashed President George H.W. Bush daily for his entire term now they’re saying he was the best thing since sliced bread. They are using a funeral to attack President Trump… How low can they go? Their hate is so deep it’s disgusting!

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