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John Dean to CNN on Sessions Resignation: Trump 'Planned' AG Sessions Firing 'Like a Murder'

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You mean to tell me that someone on CNN sensationalized a story about President Trump? Nah. Get outta here! You can’t be serious.

Yup. It happened again, and it’s only going to get worse and more ridiculous. It’s like the people at CNN spin a wheel and whatever slanderous phrase it lands on, they correspond the slander to their version of the truth.

John Dean, the former White House Counsel to late president Richard Nixon, made some rather spectacular leaps in an effort to smear Trump following the resignation of U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

“Here, I think this seems to be planned like a murder,” Dean told CNN’s Jake Tapper and Wolf Blitzer. “I say that given the fact that the president was asked a question in the press conference this morning, he brushed it off, said we’ll deal with it later and he’s clearly been thinking about it and later meant he’s not necessarily going to fire Mueller, he’s going to undercut him by the people around him.”

Apparently, according to Dean, not only did Sessions not resign, but Trump fired the now-former attorney general in order to sabotage the Mueller investigation somehow? But the investigation into whether the Trump administration colluded with Russians to rig the 2016 election has been going on for well over a year.

You can watch video of Dean’s comments below:

 

I don’t know. It’s like the people that go on CNN have to be vetted, but in reverse. The more radical they are, the more willing someone is to say something wild about Trump, the quicker CNN finds a spot for them.

Folks, CNN is a joke, and it’s not even funny anymore.

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