Media Politics

Byron Donalds Schools Biased CNN Host on Trump’s Success

Rep. Byron Donalds, R-Fla., battled with CNN commentators and hosts Anderson Cooper, Van Jones and Alyssa Farah Griffin after the network aired a live town hall with former President Donald Trump.

“Town halls are for the voters, not for the press or the person who is the moderator,” Donalds said, slamming CNN host Kaitlan Collins for imposing her own views on the public during Wednesday night’s town hall featuring Trump.

“Kaitlan spent more time interjecting her own viewpoints or her own views on the situation,” Donalds said before Cooper interrupted him.

“Those are actually facts, though,” the CNN veteran told Donalds.

“Hold on,” Donalds shot back. “Are you guys now going to interject your views on me, or do I get a chance to speak?” Donalds said as Cooper continued to speak in the background. Read more…

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