CNN Blames Trump for Violence, Didn't Mind When Guest Threatened GOP Rep.

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<p>(See corresponding artice <a href="http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/alex-xenos/2017/05/25/cnn-blames-tr…; target="_blank">here</a>) On Thursday morning, CNN&rsquo;s <em>New Day</em> linked President Trump&rsquo;s frequent criticism of the liberal media to Montana Congressional candidate Greg Gianforte&rsquo;s violent incident with a reporter Wednesday evening. Appearing on the morning show, <em>The Washington Post&rsquo;s</em> Karoun Demirjian whined: &ldquo;You&rsquo;ve got this kind of culture of, you know,&nbsp;<span data-ticks="5235680000" id="transcript5235680000">reporters are the enemy going on&nbsp;</span><span data-ticks="5263280000" id="transcript5263280000">and it depends.&nbsp;</span><span data-ticks="5272380000" id="transcript5272380000">You see a lot of Democrats&nbsp;</span><span data-ticks="5288390000" id="transcript5288390000">pointing the finger at the&nbsp;</span><span data-ticks="5303990000" id="transcript5303990000">President right now.&nbsp;</span><span data-ticks="5307390000" id="transcript5307390000">Saying you created, you helped create, at least, this&nbsp;</span><span data-ticks="5327780000" id="transcript5327780000">culture where people consider&nbsp;</span><span data-ticks="5367500000" id="transcript5367500000">reporters to be, you know, a fifth column or something.&rdquo;</span></p>

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