CNN anchor Brian Stelter complained about the strain of covering the Trump White House instead of covering the actual news of the day.
According to Fox News:
CNN’s in-house media pundit Brian Stelter dedicated his “Reliable Sources” program on Sunday to airing the liberal network’s grievances about how President Trump treated the press over the past “five years.”
The often-mocked Stelter began the show as Nashville police officers held a news conference to update the public on the Christmas Day bombing. Media Research Center news analyst Nicholas Fondacaro wrote that “what a news organization allows to be aired on their network tells you a lot about their priorities,” and he feels it was telling when CNN didn’t air the news conference.
“While the officers were talking to the press about what they saw, heard, and did Christmas morning to save lives, Stelter was rehashing CNN’s coverage of the crowd size at President Trump’s inauguration,” Fondacaro wrote.
Stelter kicked off the show by “looking back at Trump’s first day in office,” bragging that a CNN segment inspired Trump to make a fuss about inauguration crowd size.
CNN continues to amaze.