REPORT: CNN responds to ‘rumor’ Trump tweeted about network’s Jeff Zucker
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President Trump implied in a tweet that CNN President Jeff Zucker may be resigning in the near future. The president’s speculation came only a day after Project Veritas published videos filmed by a contractor who secretly recorded other employees speaking negatively about the network.
“Now that we have found out that @CNN is a virtual fraud, rumor has it that Jeff Zucker will be resigining momentarily?” the president tweeted on Tuesday afternoon.
The article goes on to state the following:
The videos Project Veritas published include a recording that the organization claims is Zucker during the network’s morning meeting. The person in the video can be heard encouraging the anchors on the network to put additional emphasis on the House impeachment inquiry into Trump.
According to the Washington Examiner, a CNN representative said, “Lol,” in response to the president’s tweet.
Now that we have found out that @CNN is a virtual fraud, rumor has it that Jeff Zucker will be resigining momentarily?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 15, 2019
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