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A combination of the usual anti-media rhetoric deployed by President Trump and some bad mistakes by CNN has the news network in the doghouse on Social. The New York Times recently reported that Trump watches four to eight hours of television a day and that he “hate-watches” CNN anchor Don Lemon to get worked up. Trump denied it all, tweeting, “I seldom, if ever, watch CNN or MSNBC, both of which I consider Fake News. I never watch Don Lemon, who I once called the ‘dumbest man on television!’” A statement from CNN called out POTUS for his bullying and may have been a subtle dig at First Lady Melania Trump, who has been outspoken about cyber bullying. But CNN is also in a bit of a pickle itself. The network blew a big story last week, reporting that Donald Trump Jr. received a link to Wikileaks documents in an email before they were made available to the public. That turned out to be an incorrect timeline, and CNN issued a correction. On Monday, CNN faced further criticism for running a segment on President Trump’s bizarre Diet Coke drinking habits not even an hour after an attempted terrorist attack in New York City. Over the last 30 days, CNN has a 76 percent negative score on 30dB. –Alex Shultz



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