According to Grabien, President Trump isn’t calling on certain channels who are used to President Obama kissing their hands when they walk through the door… and it’s driving them crazy. Good! In the last press conference The Christian Broadcast Network and Townhall.com had the honor of asking questions — not CNN, MSNBC, or ABC:
After Trump avoided calling on MSNBC during today’s presser with Benjamin Netanyahu, MSNBC’s Peter Alexander complained that the conservative journalists he did call on didn’t ask “real questions” like he would have.
“What was striking,” Alexander said, was that “President Trump, again, called on a series of more conservative leaning news organizations which didn’t allow for any real questions, trying to zero in on this issue of Mike Flynn, the now former national security advisor.”
This is just hilarious! I love seeing the reporters suddenly feeling like the unpopular kid on the playground.
Maybe MSNBC might have gotten to ask some questions if Rachel Maddow and Chris Matthews didn’t constantly compare the President to Adolph Hitler. Maybe CNN would get called on if they didn’t print the fake news of Trump using a prostitution ring in Moscow. Maybe ABC would have more access if they didn’t let their personalities compare him to the Taliban.
I don’t think it takes much to figure out why these news organizations are getting the cold shoulder.
It’s not because they’re critical of the administration or the man. It’s because they are so blindly partisan they can’t even begin to take an honest look at him.
Bring them a blanket, because it’s going to get cold in that far, outer circle.