WIKILEAKS Exposes CNN/DNC Collusion … CNN is Busted for Getting Complete List of Questions for Trump Interview from DNC
THIS FROM THE NETWORK WHERE DONNA BRAZILE GAVE TEAM HILLARY DEBATE QUESTIONS AND THEY CLAIMED THEY KNEW NOTHING …
A NEW LOW, EVEN FOR CNN … They don’t call CNN the Clinton New Network for nothing. In newly released emails from Wikileaks, it appears the Democratic National Committee (DNC) colluded with CNN in devising questions in April to be asked of then-Republican primary candidate Donald Trump in an upcoming interview. Because this is ethical and legal. It has long been suspected that the MSM and Democrats were in bed together, now through the thanks of Wikileaks it has been proved to be 100% correct. The media and the Democrat party is one in the same. This comes on the wake of CNN cutting all ties with Donna Brazile for the debate question information she provided to Team Hillary ahead of the debates. CNN cried crocodile tears as they pretended to be outraged by the actions.
What we have learned in this election , the MSM can never be trusted again.
Newly released emails from WikiLeaks suggest that the Democratic National Committee colluded with CNN in devising questions in April to be asked of then-Republican primary candidate Donald Trump in an upcoming interview.
In an email to DNC colleagues on April 25 with the headline “Trump Questions for CNN,” a DNC official with the email username DillonL@dnc.org asked for ideas for an interview to be conducted by CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer.
“Wolf Blitzer is interviewing Trump on Tues ahead of his foreign policy address on Wed. … Please send me thoughts by 10:30 AM tomorrow.”
The sender of the email would seem to be DNC Research Director Lauren Dillon, who was identified in previous reports of DNC emails released by WikiLeaks in July.
Several hours after the first email was sent, Dillon said in a follow-up email that the interview had been cancelled, “as of now,” but shared a list of questions thought up by the DNC that she said could be used for the next interview.
A separate email from Dillon that same day said “CNN is looking for questions” for then-GOP primary candidate Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, and “maybe a couple on” former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina.
Some of the questions included: “Who helped you write the foreign policy speech you’re giving tomorrow? Which advisors specifically did you talk to? What advice did they give you? Did they give you any advice that you chose not to take?” Others explored Saudi Arabia’s alleged involvement in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, a pre-preemptive strike against North Korea and court martials for members of the military who didn’t follow orders.