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CNN panel goes off the rails after Trump apologist says Christine Ford has said enough

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A CNN panel was derailed Monday evening when a former GOP Senate adviser suggested that Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, the first woman to accuse Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, had spoken out enough about the incident.

Scott Jennings, a former senior adviser to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), said he believes Kavanaugh and his wife Ashely should repeat their Monday night Fox News interview every day “until the hearing on Thursday” — a move host Kate Bolduan characterized as a “PR roadshow.”

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The Nation‘s Joan Walsh then pointed out that Dr. Blasey Ford has been asked “multiple times” to do interviews and declined — a statement Jennings refuted.

“She talked to the Washington Post, she was the first to talk!” the former GOP Senate aide interjected, adding that her words had been restated on TV.

“We’re talking about television interviews,” Walsh noted as Jennings continued to speak over her.

“Her words have gotten plenty of airtime versus Kavanaugh,” he added. “Come on, guys.”

The host noted that CNN has publicized the nominee’s denial and Donald Trump’s defense of his character, ending the conservation.

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CNN’s Toobin unleashes hell on Trump’s ‘outrageous’ attacks on Stone jury

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On CNN Wednesday, chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin laid into President Donald Trump for his ongoing public attacks on the jurors who convicted his former campaign strategist and friend Roger Stone. Trump and his allies have been arguing that the verdict is invalid because the jury forewoman had a Twitter account in which she criticized the president.

"To be honest, I don't know what Judge Jackson is going to do. I don't really know how significant these statements are. So I wouldn't make a prediction about what she's going to do about the new trial situation," said Toobin. "But as for what the president said, it is so outrageous to attack jurors. I mean, these are ultimately private figures. They didn't volunteer. The judges, you know, need jurors. The legal system needs jurors. And the idea that the president would single out jurors repeatedly for criticism..."

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Internet shreds ‘incompetent buffoon’ Trump for attack on media covering coronavirus

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After two days of massive stock market declines over fears of the rapidly spreading coronavirus, President Donald Trump lashed out at CNN and MSNBC on Wednesday morning for reporting on the worldwide health hazard -- and was immediately slapped down on Twitter.

According to the president, who also announced a press conference to address the concerns his administration is bungling the response to the crisis, set for Wednesday night: "Low Ratings Fake News MSDNC (Comcast) & @CNN are doing everything possible to make the Caronavirus (sic) look as bad as possible, including panicking markets, if possible. Likewise their incompetent Do Nothing Democrat comrades are all talk, no action. USA in great shape!"

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Trump claim of coming coronavirus vaccine blown up by health expert

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Appearing on CNN's " New Day," on Wednesday, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases claimed  that Donald Trump's administration is running behind on containing the coronavirus -- and that the public shouldn't expect a viable vaccine for at least a year.

Speaking with host John Berman, Dr. Anthony Fauci addressed the efforts of the Trump administration attempting to get their arms around the rapidly growing health threat before cautioning viewers not to expect an immediate fix.

"I want to ask you one more question which is one of the things the president said yesterday," host Berman stated. "We're very close to a vaccine. Now, I know this is something you know a lot about -- this is your job. How close are we to a vaccine?"

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